The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00164
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1964
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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MEN'S GARDEN CLUB And I llildabrad Residents Continue Protests
All male gardeners of Martin I
County are invited to an election Wyatt AlsoSubpoenaed

and program meeting of the newMen's Ask Acoustical Engineers
Garden Club, The club I !

meets at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Feb
20, at the agricultural center There I

will be 'a surprise speaker," according i ,'''"1\ (ommissioncr Edward
to Bill Ambler. Millu sheriff Roy Baker and Noise
Stop Hospital's
14' DCI'III10111 I 1Vs'\\iilt have been To
GRAND OPENING FOR ,"hr""III\.t to appear before theM
IIARVtVS STATION .irtin ( aunty Grand Jury.

Harvey Plley, recently appoint. ( It Itt loi I hen 7 in .ippcur.mee. i is scheduled, M.I iixhIn I
pm on Monday i Seven
ed of the Govern.
or justice Farm Bryant peace, has by announced I Escaped City Is Reluctant to

the grand opening' of Harvey's Cit I ( iimniissioiier Miller charged
lee Service at U S. 1 and Palm last week (hat the burning of the Serious Hurt as
City Road for Thursday through' : Bcsscy! (reck bridge in \'chru.inl"Jn2 .
Saturday Feb. 20.22 There will I was being sidetracked because I Three Cars HitSeven Push Anti-noise Law

be favors, refreshments and prizes I ol politics
itHERE'S t ,fir 'I feel the whole matter of the
Y y burning of the l>ndic{! I is going h persons 1'cuJ'Cdt'rioll! \ fvcrvoni- is igrrctl than there n noise In the vicinity of Martin
OUNCE FORA be put off because this is an election I injury about" 7:45 pant., Tuesday! Memonal Hospital Iropi 'uir-conditioning and heating equipmentbutnot
BENEFIT PLAY 1..t. 11a Ihrec-car accident ui I h c
he smd "I I think this .
car Ib thai
) i-Mcvune i,:ncil it was a nuisance or how to remedy it when
With tryouts set Feb. 2021the unfair I think (he people should corner of AIA I and Pint I Street 11\\ Stuart (11\ ( oninuiwioners, hospital officials and residents of thelliM.ihiad
"GOOD FOOD, FRANK was the remark heard often Sunday at Frank Wacha Appreciation Day }know the position of the grunt I Stuart
Riptide Players are preparing AsHociition
Pink 1 together ut hall
to present "Mistress of Mellyn held at Jensen Beach Causeway Here Martin County Commission Chairman \\ach.i, standing, talk jury on this totter, rented u t Martin Ml'l1Iuri..1Ilo got : city Monday night to

directed by Oryl Vallier. Organizations with St. Lucie County Chairman Willie McCain, left, and Fred Bell, Martin County engineer, Miller said Wednesday that he >pital and released were I Or I IH I.. I.IIKI\ aver.Ilddahrasi
Viilcnlene of M.ICOII, (I j.I.. and Park residents have
interested in applying for a did not know what he was lacing Destroyer Is
benefit first performance should culled before the grand jury about, Charles M. Reid, Ocilla, (ja. complained r 0 several\ months

contact Johnnie Shaw, president, 4,000 More Seats Available in Stadium but if it was in connection with Uninjured in a second car wan that uir-conditioning and heating
it the bridge burning he was "glud it Mrs Robert I ear of Stimrl!. und Christened byHero's equipment| have kept the neighborhood
is coining to a head" unhurt in the third auto were Mrs awake with roaring noises
GIRL SCOUTS MED: HELP, Virginia M Duncun driver, and and created a nuisance with obnoxious
SEE: !MRS ROLLISON! Nation Top Riders CompetingAt her passengers Pant Waxier, Carol Widow odors

There is a need for a neighborhood Burns Is Waxier and Glenndi Duncun On: Monday night residents asked
chairman for the Girl Scoutsin Haydon According to a \\ lilt .1 i ha"the ol I champagne, !: I the! commission to enforce the
Martin County Anyone experienced the auto driven by Dr iclfc :;: Mrs 1 UlwurdO' McDonnell cl the city's antl-noise ordinance. The
or interested in planning Rodeo BowlSaturdau-Sundau To Visit Stuart hit the l tear auto head-on. 1 ho I own ol' Jupiter Island, sent a commission did not.The .

programs, organizing or bel i n a Vulcntcne auto was headed norll Navy destroyer down a blip" in apparent futility of gelling
troop consultant, please contact in the southbound lane ut the christening ceremonies Saturday u remedy through the enforcement

Mrs. E Edwin Rolhson, 2870162r The "AII-Anterican" event of Americans paid over a Chanel ol placing first, second, Next Wednesday lime of the accident, the repot at New Orleans, I ta. i of the ordinance was finally summed .
rodeo will take place Saturday lust year to see profes $26.000.000. third or fourth and winning 40( shows The tear auto was knotk The destroyer IH named the I 1',1- up after an hour and a half

INDIN1OWN: SPAN TO and Sunday, Feb. 22-21:! at In- Competing for $', I per cent, 30 per cent, 20 per cent Haydon Burns Jacksonvil ed backward Into the Duncan uu ward McDonnell honor of the of discussion when one resident
BE OPEN FOR RODEOTo diantown, when over 1 1.1,000()() rodeo money, Saturday's or 1 10 per cent of the purses! re- mayor and candidate' for governor to. lute Vice Admiral I dwurd O. McDonnell asked what would happen if tho
fans and the nation's finest fifty rodeo contestants will have spectively. will visit, Stuart on behalf o i hospital\ 1 were told by engineersthat
eliminate difficulties experienced riders gather for the seventeenth his campaign!: on Wednesday afternoon Vice Admiral McDonnell, holder it would take 520,000, or
in prior years when boot annual Circle T Rodeo. I Feb. 26 Kentucky Chain of the ( onitressionul. Medal of mores to eliminate the noix- -and
traffic caused raising of the St The rodeo, which tales} place Tide Turns Toward Recreation; He will meet friends and Mi|'- Honor I he Navy Cross, nnO many the hospital didn't have the money
Lucie Canal draw and big traffic in what is probably one of t the porters from throughout, Marti other honors, was killexi about 'Ion City Attorney T, T. Ou tenon
jams ensued, the U. S Engineer country's most beautiful sports County In the community room o f Acquiring WSTU !years ago, in a commercial airline replied it would N' ft matter for
Corps has agreed: to a State Road the First National crush. the courts to decide. H would not
al'4nlll. I Is also the only invitational William R. Kidd Appointed Director Bunk at 3 pnicoming ? *
that the J ___ '. __
Department request span rodeo in the country. here from Okeechobc Radio Station speculate on what the courts 'would
remain closed during peak hours. Only riders who have a City do or how the/ court could force
These. are noon to 3:30: p.m and proven Of State Internal the to if the nil-
riding record have been invited Improvement Fund Roscoe Rollins Is his local campaign 'Blossom Time'Operetta hospital comply,
4:30: to 7:30: p.m. on Saturday and to participate in the Circle T Rodeo .. manager and Charles W. Application/ has been made to ing went against IL
Sunday, Feb. 22.23 when traffic though they will each still Leighton/ Is co-chnfrmun. the 1C'C In Washington, D. C., to But there seemed (little doubt In
is to and from the rodeo. put William R. Kldd, Governor Farris Br\unls chief administrative
up the traditional entry fee of $25 transfer the license of Radio Station \Will the minds of those present that
6BFAUTIHCATIOV Another unique feature of the assistant since 1961-and his right-hand man in uttemptmg/ to bring WS'IU from Blue W a tan very little. actually could be done

event will be the fly-in of aero into reality Bryant's pledge of expanded recreation opportunities for the County Securing Broadcasting! Company Inc. toWIIOO I if the nonpitaj -
UNIT Band dth'ln'cftr.
MEETING ON *LB. 28 clubs to the 6,000-foot( () ) Circle T I people of Florida-bus been appointed director of the Slate Internal / Radio Inc., Orlando, according Help HereMartin other' than to close, .
Ranch airstrip that adjoins the Improvement Fund, to Lei Combs, Blue Water After hearing ompluint from

The newly formed Highway rodeo bowl and allows airborne In announcing Kidd's appoint Right-of-way at president. County' High i Schoo I I residents' the commission.. Instructed -
Beautification Committee for Stuart's fans to walk from their planes to Board Meets to WIIOO' Radio art of a hand i G sponsoring: FranNchii:, Attorney Oughtenon to :telephone
nient to fill the shoes of C'c chum
north to south city limits on the arena. Rodeo fans from thir Tuesday Nudist Center radio and television owned tert-Sigimind Komberg's delightful a Massachusetts acousticalfirm
U. S. 1 will hold its first work ses- ty-eight states Canada and Mexico Van Ferguson, (who retires next by Bluegrass Stations, l.einglon, three-act operetta. "Blouom' Bolt Beranek and Newman
sion in the community room of attended the 1963 Circle T i week, Governor Bryant emphasized Buy EquipmentPurchase Ky of which G rvi. Klnciud 'Is TIllie[ ," to be presented by Opera Inc. ,. for more detailed Informa-
First National Bank, 7:30: p.m., Friday Rodeo. Following last years capacity Kidd's many accomplishments Iho Martin Counly Commit-! >rinclpitl owner Klncald recently yr/eu/ of the I'alllJlclIehet, Inc. ion on the cost of advice,
Feb. 28. lion agreed at a called meeting on ought a considerable Interest in Oughlcrsm, / read a letter from
attendance, a n addiional in the recreation field. of equipment, a new at the new high, school auditorium
# 4,000( seats have been constructedin I Conservationists throughout the teacher, and termites, were the Friday to allow Chairman Frank ho Bank Of Stuart. at 8 p.m., Friday, March 6. the firm estimating the cost of an
Wacha into
BIG CREVALLES ARE the massive steel and concrete state viewed the appointment as a points of discussion' and action: at for to enter of an agreement land Combs said that It usually took Slurred will be Stuurt'i own initial test tt $100. The letter did

BEING CAUGHT-BUT stadium. turn in the tide toward recreation. a special meeting of the Martin needed( a strip by the right-of-way and Slate three to four months for I"CC uproval Virginia, (dinner) Muyes, not indicate if remedial suggestions
county Included In the .
Rodeo itself grew from the I Trustees of the I. 1. Board-the County Board of Education I ri > of license! transfer He suul i were $500."I
RI'Ceiplwill help defray cost
Some whopping Jack crevalles Road Department in paving to be don't mind paying; the firm
daily occupation of cowboys who and cabinet- control all day hat ho had been assured that the
governor morning. lone Martin Grade roud If now hand uniform, according I "
have been caught and weighed in on if it suggests remedies, Commis-
met in rough and ready competition submerged and marginal I lands staff and policies of WSTU wouldbe
during the past week but still not Equipment In excess of $8,000 The fifty-foot by 660.foot !strip In Hand 1 Director l.rMoyno E.Roll. sinner William Todt said, "but we
to each other who hill
: to the unchanged
big enough to take. the lead from lad the prove and I owned by state Ferguson was purchased by the board In of land is owned by Charles and lickcli. arc available'. from don't need an acoustical firm just
strongest nerve muscle sale of such landsto
the thiry-one-pounder caught by It from the openly pushed ddlacltel: twenty microscopes Rosemary Pye, and is located at'' lunilr and senior bund members, to tell us (that WI have a noise Wo
was cowboy's daily whereas Kidd'seffortsas
upland owners nt totaling $3 292 20 siixlrcd's, W. W Mac Stuart Oenirtment. "
C. E. Schaeffler which tops t the skill that the five standard ; Sunny Circle Ranch a nudist colony already know that.
I the governor's assist four electric typewriters totaling 32 Permits for Art Mart Bryant's and
Sailfish Tournament in that division The firm was contacted Tucs-!
of rodeo bronc
have saddle
come; ant-have been aimed at !securing: $1 .(KM), and twenty-one drawing Pye asked that the M. Lucia Country Club
Sally Shulga of East Lake, ( county move dIY by Attorney Oughtenon who
riding, bareback bronc riding, steer such lands for recreation
Ohio, entered a twenty-nine-pound, wrestling, calf roping, and bull, I use public tables with. thirty-three stools forS3,74J.S a fence and culvert and i pave ; I $$129,525 Total was told an initial survey would
eight-ounce: crevalle, and Mary riding. driveway to conform with the cost $500( with the possibility ofan
Leiden of Willoughby, Ohio, atwentyonepound Gradually an elaborate scoring Mrs Charles Volk was hired by ronlage. Four Arrested in additional $500 for a study lead-
four-ounce jack, system has developed with Grossing Case the board to leach first und second Wacha and Commissioners, Edward : 'I he City of Stuart and Martin A Stolen AutoFour lag to a possible remedy.
both caught from the "Reneau specific rules that make rodeo riding grades in a combined class at t Miller and J. H. Bruncr at- County issued a total of thirty- The commission would have to
HI," Captain Jim Brown. an art as well as a test of courage To High Court Jensen Elementary: School The tended the meeting.Ileiger's two building permits amounting Tennessee youths were apprehended appropriate the additional money
. trI and strength. Today rodeo On April 7th board said the two classes! at the to $129,525 lust week I riU.iy night in a !stolen before the firm Is hired

RETIRED STEEL !MAN professionals are in the big money. school now have an overload of 'CaravanTo Largest was a county permit to auto by Deputy Sheriff/? James Holt/ Ouuhfentoit said he would check
I AND FAMILY ARRIVE World champion calf ropers, for Dean Tookcr, county attorney students. Gateway Homes for a S26OO()< ) on V.> S. I south of I'ort Salerno and if the firm indicated it would
instance, have averaged winningsof has received word that the Honda Termites in Carver Gardens i Show Part III residence at the Hunt Club Colony Driving the auto were James T. ugliest/ remedies he would) so Inform -
I James Ferguson, recently retired $20,500 a season every year I'' Supreme Court ut Tallahassee will School will be investigated by in the south part of the county: Hatcher, twenty-three, of Johnson I City Manager Joe Crowdcr
u general manager of Division Bethlehem since 1953. Today, over seventy hear oral arguments in the appealof Superintendent Thomas R. Crook. Part III of "Caravan Across the pirmlts I CIty; and passengers! Huford Whit. I and Crowder could P D ahead and
Steel Wire Rope universities and colleges Crook termites Continents," with movies and hJtY/I.rOr':: I ( :. employ it. The commission" agreed
wife t the F E C Railway against Mar reported some narrative rea ton, twenty, of Union; J W. Boa
Pa., with his
Williams-port and their daughter. Nan arrived deo teams. More than I3,0(111.001)ILast ()( () ti County on April 7, have been found in cabinets in by Dr Anthony Retgcr, will Seven City of Stuart permits enbuiim, twenty-two, and C Kel- 1 Mayor l Ray Cooke got the meeting
at Langfbrd Villas for The railroad is fighting a lower classrooms, but none have been show at the Elliott Museum' at K were I Issued for a total of 10,325. I Ivy twenty-one, both of Johnson under way by asking the hon.
, six Saturday! weeks I court decision by which the county found to date in the masonry pm. Saturday, Fch: 22. F.' Wbutton's tity (Continued on Page/ 2-A)
Chance ;
I ifirPtRIVMNKILS on was granted the right, to condemn building[ structure, constructed in film on "Florida Alliga
i I License PlatesTax I II a crossing at Alice Avenue 1961. tors" will be shown ut the museumat Owens Has Filed

: HOLD I near WS1U 3 pm. Sunday, Feb. 23. The For[ Reelection Panama I
I Moudry Says Ingrate
A COVERED DISH Collector Alvin POST OIIICKS AND: programs, are public.

The Periwinkles will hold a covered reminded the public that (RVRY HEADS COUNIYDICKINSON HNANtltL FIRMS Before leaving here curly In the '
dish luncheon at 12:30: p.m. legal to drive with 196 AndreW'1! : CAMPAIGNEvans CLOSE; S/\I URUAll ,\Y LYNNE PAULA SIROFAAIPHA week: to attend a meeting of the I With 'Lion Share'of Aid I
on Thursday, Feb. 20, at the Ma- >lates after midnight LAMBDH.rA Legislative) Investigative>> Commit-
offices, banks, and other -
-cb 20. Crary Jr has been named post
sonic Osceola Street.
Temple on tee. of whkh he Is a member, William -
The office sold 1.500 plates Martin County campaign man- financial institution will not Lynne Paula Sirola of Stuart C, (Bill) Owens, ighty-mne: person' heard Representative twenty-nine new republics on that
from Monday to Wednesday noon; I ager for Fred (Bud) Dickinson, be open for business all day Saturday was among/ sixty-one freshmen staled that county he would represcntative Raymond J. Moudry, continent wtili representation! in the
will be West Feb 22 in observance of tapped for Alphiu 'Lamb/ Delta the United Nation where together
open Thursday from candidate for governor from file for re-election with the Palm Beach County, speak on I
81 secretary -
Tale TwistingBy am to 5 p.m. Palm Beach. George, Washington' birthday at Florida Stale University of state Tuesday afternoon. relationship between the democracy they hold one-quarter! of the vole
I und dictatorship at the dinner Using Ghana a* an example! he
JACK JAMES sponsored/ by the Republican Wom 'pointed out that it i i. a dictator
Till!! rl iso' i owner"" It Was Frank 'Vacha Day on Jensen Causeway Sunday CALLING BIDS fOR en's Club of Martin County on ship with no free elections, that
FXPANSION: OF CIIYWAItR lucsday evening, Feb. Hi at the missionaries are being driven out
Along about this time for the IRKAIMtNf UNIT:- Sunrise Inn. und all European and Americanindustry

past seventeen years, "Mr. Com- Bids" for additions to the City Ho said that democracy has not is drying He said aCommunist
One" of West 'Wacha
Number vlj.
mittee Turned Out Aflfireciation'things
1.500 in others follow it imminent
Martin County gather up hit of Stuart's water treatment plantare attracted to possibly '
roughest bulls, hIS fastest calves being. asked in a legal advertisement because: it has not been made
I in attractive enough/ by those who
today' Stuart News
buckin'and hn horses worst By RAY McCLURE; for which I Wacha had I were formed and old friendshipswere Addy and V. V. Wortham. who necificuiioiw are available. at the have that form of government. Lilt W..k'i Waih
I renewed. at the overnight and H* spoke on the situation in rtmptur Nigh Low lUlnftt
plugged long and hard, including were scene office of the city manager Deadline -
bunch and invites of a There's no doubt about it, it was I two spans of a new Jensen Beach: I It wa also a day for the youngsters throughout the day, roasting the for bidding is 2 p.m. Tuesday, Panama saying twice u* much aid r.s1I. 1I nI'Jt : : : 1e' H :,515

top to 'rank's day bridge, a causeway, boat docks, I and they took advantage of big chunk of pork. March 3. hat been: given that country than !tJ ... 51 ..u
I. cowboy over I in of the Wacha aLto had several things to other Latin American country *n. i e ? t' ea"
Rodeo Bowl to By that we mean Sunday, when erosion prevention measure, roads it, scampering and out any : .. U
show their skill. an estimated 1.500 friends ate and just about everything a community crowd, and yelling and playing to say personally, a* well at generally AUI'0 SIOLEN with K8,000,0X( () per year going ( .h 17 :. :... 7J U II .ape""
and frolicked on Jensen! Beach'I' can use. along the river. Some even braved to those/ who were there, into Panamas treasury from lfb. .II .
Yea sir, if'you those who stolen the canal and $2.'000.000) Into Average t emt.reiafl for wnki K
I haven't Causeway in honor of County Even the sun wa. ecvopcrative.. the cool water, including his thanks to A 1963 Chevrolet was zone
seen one Commission Chairman Frank Wa- The food notch, and turned out. Pleasantries and congratulation between ft 30: p.m. Tuesday and the U. S treasury Ho also! point. TIDEd: A' ,
looked like ,
of O. C. Troup'sshows What had a wet day was top "" "C'C i.1 p.rr" tew Wale
you have a thrill in store cha, in what was officially designated i I curlier, turned out to be perfect some folks were observed sneaking were yelled over the 8am. Wednesday while it was ed out that during the administration INLJon' A.t P.M. A.t P.M
din of conversation. parked at Atlantic Court Apartments of President Woodrow Wilson h. I* '/e lee 1:1: ,
for this weekend. Show time, 2:30, ""Frank Wacha AppreciationDay. I when the sun made an appearancejust through the line for seconds.' With the election just East Ocean Boulevard. the United Stales. paid $25,* P>b. tt ..tl'I 54 5 IS nJ e:48I.b :
Rodeo Bowl, Indiantown. (PS: u activities were getting' well Whispered one lady to another: "I primary on I* ., / IImill :
over the horizon most local politico | Th four-doof, fawn colored sedan X,000 dollars to Colombia for Ht Hi Itl2
shouldn't, but I K J i 1 :AA
there lot under
I'll be there riding and throwing Evidently was a to ap- way. { r
the bull-of course it will be from preeiate> Wacha for, judging from II For the most part, the day was The menu featured barbecued were in evidence at the get-1 belonging) to C. W. Getty. The the Canal Zone. Africa .... u .. ""IJ sso: UU ttlsa. :
not license In conclusion he spoke on ... ..
the .
chit-chat of baked bean and corn onI together day< wa auto had 1963 Pennsylvania I as tH: I.U: 1:1'
the top rail of the fence, and after he turnout at his day. Right in devoted to one varietyor pork
I saying that then are now ft, .44 tilt 1w. (44 11 L<
church oa Sunday.) sight of the activities were several another, u new acquaintances I the cob, all )to the credit of Jack (Continued oo Page 2-A) plate I i I




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C RI51SCIENTIST at the church on Feb I
\ THE STUART (Tla) NTWSThursday } officiating: i Inter in the spring: there War I I. a member of Hoffman of Rutland Vi, he had made his FIRST CHURCH pm for a covered dish ,.

__ j I chniary 20..1964 will be a memorial I I in I dun Memoi Lodge No. 412 F&AM of Mid. home here for the past four yours. W d. Stuart The Men's" Club will
il ( h ipcI. dlclon N. Y" a member of Stuart He was a veteran of Wprld War East 6'cean II I '"I n
service at the church on Feb. 24 ,. '
""" '..rltnltaara': ash Jensen lain c No 1870{)' BPOE, a I I. a mcmhcr of Hurdcn Looker Sunday morning Feb. 23, .1 i '''I
: subject: The speaker w11 I I I I h,
101 IN WAI MR JOHNSON 1. member of the First, Methodist Post No. 50 A merit' an legion, Lesson-sermon p.m. I Ili
OBITUARIESr I'lONTIR SHUNT: C hurch of BurlinjrmmHe Veterans of Foreign Wars Dtvcn "Mind." Charles Martz synod Ie.. "1''" .
Nurse I
) II a.m. Fort Uiuderdale
survived! by his wife Mrs Dill, Post Nil. ((722 Hillside Sunday school, rymenla x'i"n.I
A florith pioneer and Stuart will be served
r-' '" "' 11'I' ,,_ ...,.. "" ... resilient. John Walter Johnson, Oljja Smith, of Stuart: two sons. Cadge No 241, F&AM. all of Hillside provided Testimonial meeting;
United .
Wednesday The
N. JHe Presbyterian (
Roy C Smith of Port Washington "Irh
rou.ANN PEE(. cighly-four. died on Feb 12 at 8 Women Association
Pine Manor Rest Home I.ynnhwcn N. Y, and John W Johnston i is survived by his wife, Mrs Reading 282 Flagler Ave will h I
Rooni= dish luncheon
Mrs Polly Ann Pveseventy\ I of lIerndunla..; one sister, Anna E. Earla, and covered il i I , funeral services were held one daughter! MMMiMIN.ir.Mf/l'rr > '%" rN7MMaW through Friday i 10(I
Feb. 25.
Toni of Indian River Drive lenson nue: Monday a.m. on Bring "? '
Mrs \ of
Herbert Garden Earle. "
Bright Virginia both of Stuart 11"I
Irldiy in the First Baptist Church ; one 10 a moo
Beach died Fcb I ftin a.m.. 4 p.m.; Sittirdnvs I table service. The ,
Sumliv in Havina with hurnil in the fimlly City N. Y; two granddaughters son Edward Earle Jr of Jensen Is progra" null|
Martin Mcmoruil Hospital A 'Science of Happiness' 12:30: p.m. I Ibe Ask Your Pastor \1i. ,
plot' Vickers Cemetery. beside and one !grandson Beach: and three grandchildren I !Science radio program, \ltl.\ |
Christian Owens i. the
native of Michigan. she had been chul'l1II',
his wife, the former Emma Me. ,i Funeral services will be held in Funeral held You I \ ,",'d,I
< services were Mon. Bible lo maStuart y ,
'The Speak
members of Circles
I re\ideal of Jensen Beach for 2'\
twelve \ears coming from Harrisburg lihsa Sunders ho died in I 1954. Johns funeral Home Chapel on day at 2 pm with the Rev. New : Subject of Lecturer at be heard over \STU. will he the hostesses 111,1''' :U

Pa She was a member of From his( union eleven chil Ihtirsdiy al 3 p.m with Rev Wil. ton M Tweedy. pastor of the 1450 U, at 715:I pru. Mondays I
the l Jensen Beach Community dren were horn. One son Jasper Icr Jcssup, pastor of First Methodist Community Church of Jensen I Topic for Feb 24 "What Is the !MORFn<)l '|'
Church. Jensen Bench Women John died in 1914 'I he surviving Church of Stuart officiating I Beach officiating Burial was in Christian Science Church Prayer That Heals"

< lab md United Commercial T1av- children are: Mrs! Ralston Byrurn Slu.irt. .Jenwn' Lodge No 1870 I All Saints Cemetery, Jensen Beach. Turn

Ucrs. I and Mrs. Mark With mi ol Stuart; IIPOI- will conduct services at the Johns funeral Home 11'8in chargeof (,od's requirements for hippi' tonil.. food supply company He miovtirsKingdom ss1'rNGS.SLS: ': 1,500 Out
; Mrs R. I L. Simmons and Mrs chapel at 8 p.m. Wednesday Vis arrangements, ness will be hell this. several years ago Hall Britt Road
She; i is survived by three sons: I explored in II one. position
I hirlcs George and Harold Peel I William Byruii of West' P a I mBeach lung hours arc from 7.9 r.m. Bur hour Christian Science leclure here to diuitc full time lo Christian, Thursday, 7:30: p.m., Theocratic At Causeway for
: Wilier D.iiglis, Okcecho. nl will he In Fern Hill MOM lim\HN B,1RIlt'III.IoyJ )
Cemetery Science He i is currentlyon .
,111 d one daughter Mrs Alice on Sunday. Feh 21 practice Ministry School: 8:10( p.n1.. wrv
r, ,ed. ill of Hirrishiirg; nine i bee; Paul Henry, Hllnrd, ; Mrs : I Merman Ilirdich, sixty Roy> J. I !mmg! i is the undcr lour as a member of The Christian ice meeting, Theme: Acting As j
Ptul (hnslinscn. lake Mrs I,MMIIVKRIII. Wacha EventContinued
City )1J) \r.enker.
indchildrcn. and three great Shaird Rudd Hivmi Mrs; ( I WK, died Ich<< II in Rochester, sponsorship of the Science Board of Lectureship I \ Priests I in Sacrificing the Fruit of
LTindchildrcn : Alph Fmma Harrell Arnold, M nn? following a lingering illness I of Christ i, Scientist. It i is : free pub I Our I I.ips.' "

\ prayer .service was held Mon. I, Stiber Roh.rls. Quincy, Jupiter; and Island 1 Mrs. There Wall ice eight of Juno Crescent, elghlY'1 A native tf Chicago( III.. Mr. lie lecture and will he given 1,1, 1 1p RHHIMIR:: IL1HFRNMdwcck Sunday, 6 p.m., public discourse ( from Page I \1

das!i cvcmg nl 7:10 at (the Yates I .ire Sound, died in a Jensen Be ich I Inuring Birdich hid lived in Martin Mobile : .m. in the Stuart. Worn in's (lub Lenten services, area hy R, Galletta, "Doe Gpd Favora
( h ipcl in Jensen Beach. with Rev I twcnlv-live indchildrcn(irtiichildrin and four, forty six home Mondiy, Feb, 17.1 it Park. Slti rl. for a number I Title of the lecture is "The Sci held on Wednesday evenings al Union of All Religions 7 p.m., billed as political. In fact the Jci .

Newton M, Tweedy pastor of the grcatgr ,mdch Idrcn. He I is survived great alter a short illness A native of of years, moving here from North ':'once of Happiness." 7:30: Redeemer I Lutheran Church Bible study with aid of Watch- !sen Beach Chamber of ( omnicne

lensen !Beach Community Church, I grciilgr also bv two ynunscr brothers PC I hum, Ga? she had lived in this Wilhraham. M u iss. I Mr Linnig is from Chicago, on East t Ocean Boulevard, from lower Theme: "The Worl4" God's joined with the Wacha Appreiation '
officiating The remains have been area since 191 H. She; Was I Survivors include his Muricl Pastor Work..' Diy
Webb of Perry md Hunter of a member wife III., where he was once a music now till Easter This week Field of committee when it was{
sun to Harrisburg' for further scrv. vim of the Primitive Baptist C Church of Louise .lfdach; brothers. Slan i,I conservatory' student and later trdmin frenk of North Palm Monday. 7:30: p.m., Bible study found that both groups were "ork.
ices and burial in Shoopi Cemc I Johnson 11".1 Fort Picrco, I Icy R Hard',ich of Stuart li and Earl became division manager in a niSI : 'Beach continues on the question Theme: "Eli ha, Prophet of the ing on similar/ projects. Vince Boc
terv. with Yates Funeral Home In P, 1X70 Ihe was homestead born on Mrs Arnold is survived by two D Bard,ich of Oilwein I Iowa: and I ___ ___ __ I i "Who Am I P" Hs sermon will True God, Jehovah chino wjis/ the chairman of i h e
charge:, of local arrangements I nh --! sons: E.1. Arnold of Kobe Sound his mother Alum Birdach. of Mit- n answer the question' "Am I a Lost 1 Assemble at f Kingdom, Hall for activities,
I: longing to his grandfather who and G. B Arnold of Fort Walton I loon, III. He WIIrreceded in death M\RVS rPI ('OP.\I. I Sinner" field ministry: Saturday and Sunday Sheriff Roy Baker and hi
homcslc led s
CIURIFS II RAYMOND sections) :i of land md al purchased'oncord four i inC Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Albert by his fulher, Hjdmir Dirdach Thursday I reb, 20: 9 a.m" Holy I Next Sunday morning is I.uihcran at 9:15: a.m. deputies also had their hinds i till

( h irlcs Harlow Raymond ;,I"en" County. king of Hohe Sound and Mrs W. and one sister i Kirs Digmir M. Eucharist t: 9:30: ( a.m.. healing service Hour Sunday On Sunday and I of traffic as well as food! with hi"n.

tighty.five, of !)t. Lucie Boulcviird, Ho first F. Stewart of Kendall; seven grandchildren Ford. ; H p.m., Sunday !school tc ichcrs |through"" till Easter, Pastor Schroedcr ST. JOSEPH cvraoiic i dreds of autos jamming the CII"e.:
Port Scwall died in Mecca Nursing and the Stuart came to Fast t Coast and fourteen grciilgr mil. A memorial service for Mr. and I school committee meeting I w III preach a series of sermonson Sunday Masses: 7. 9 and I II a.m.; I way They spent most 1 of the .m.
Elaine, Veto Belch, Monday to work area around 1910 children. B.ird ich will he held ut First Methodist In rector's office. the theme: Signs of 1 the Monday through Friday, 8:30a ernoon signaling to the streams ,.f r
Jib 17 Horn on Nov 3, I I87H, In as carpenter foreman for Hmcial services, were held in Church on Indhntown Road ('ross." .m,; Wednesday. 6 p.m.; and Saturday vehicles moving at a snails pace
Wilhrah, jtiass", he was for more the Florida lust I Coist t Railway Johns tuner I Home Chapel Wed on fmlIY.: feh 21, it Z p.m., with Friday, Fcb 21 : 1 p m., Girl Worship services at Redeemer 7:30: a.m.Miraeulou. across the causeway

than forty years master of I Lnw. villa He covered to the West district from 1 iIU'- nesiliy at 2 p.m., with Rev. 1. ('. Rev. Walter Jcssip officiating, I Friendly Society i commence" each Sunday nt 10:30: Medal Novena will Last. but not least t, there were
renceville School In lawrenceville, Key Two houses he Taylor. pastor' of First 1 Baptist Please omil flowers. Sitirday; Feh 22: I II I a.m" childrcns with Bible class and Sunday !school be held Wednesday after 6pmMass cameras. All through the afternoon
helped build 'still
N I He graduated from I awrcnce-' the lire standing. in Church of Port Salerno. official confirmation class; 10 a.mI .. I i preceding at 9:15:I amAl !. photographers climbed buildings.
ville School in 1894 and from my. Bund: was in Fern Hill Ccmctcry ROBIRf CAIRNS I junior choir. Stations of the Cross, Friday, stood on trucks, and
Around( 1919 he started work. : 9:30: each Sunday morning wandered
Connecticut Weslcyan; Sunday Fcb 23: 7:10 a.m.. 2:30 and 7:10 .mAll .
University :
Robert Cairns of TV p through the crowd
ing for the, Arundtl CorponUm seventy, 'the luthcrin" Church series snapping e\cn-
in I IKy where he was caplun of a+ carpenter \boat builder and rePiiirnuin dian River (Drive, Jensen Holy Eucharist; 915am: I Tandy I This is the I.ife" can be seen on women of the parish arc in- thing that moved.
the football team in his Junior and during the digging of the MA RON Illl I. died in a West Palm Beach In'l Eucharist t and Sunday school: II (hmnel 5 WPTV. sited to attend a luncheon on But most of all it was Frank

senior years a member of Psl I U, Si. I uric Canal I' I He retired in Myron Illl cighly-three. of pit d Tuesday. Feb I 11 I, 11.111 i morning prayer and sirmon : "Love Without Impatience" will Monday, March 2 at 12 noon at Wacha, and his family (wife moth

Mystical Seven, and graduated 1954f.lOROF' Quincy, \II\II! died f'rid iy, Feb a lengthy illness A native of Monday, Feh 24, St Matthias: he the of Dr. Oswald Hoffman the Outrigger. New officers of the er, father, brother) who apprecatcd ..
Phi Beta Kappa, He (taught for one 14, in Martin Memorial,, Hospitil. adelphia, Pa., he had lived in this 9 ;a i im? Holy Eucharist I on topic the 1 Lutheran Hour, which Si Joseph Guild will be installed Frank. Wacha Apprec .ition
year at Hill School in PollstownPi ; A native of Taunton Mass he for the five Widi Reservations may be made lifter Day.
and II HSUUIUCIICictrge ? area pest ye irs He I eday. Fch 2h! : 3 p.m cm he heard :at 7:35: each Sunday .
was master ut lawrence had been a resident of Ocean was a member of the Odd' Fellows children's confirmation class; 7:10: i ir.m" WSTU The Lutheran I Miss on Sundiy\ For further information
villa Herbert F evening over .
for forty-four years except .. resident I fistboiih| ninety Brcc/c Park since December, 19,1.II. lodge{ in Bristol I Pi, adull confirmation: class:, : I Hour is now in its fourth decade phone AT 7 2061 or WORID PRA\'fR DW
for of
a Palm
one year 1903-04\ ) when he City Ave. AT 7143.)
.: was a retired ilvcr mith. He 7. 10 cho :Joining to observe World
senior ; Da\
took< his masters degree al IIirvard m c. Sluart. died Wcdmsday Feh He is survived by his wife, Mrs putt r In its program of "Bringing Christ
was a mcmhcr of the Winthrop Stella of Prayer at the Palm Cily ('on.
He retired in l.uwrenccvillc 12, following a brief llness He Cairns, of Jensen Beach; lo the Nations FIRST
in June 1944 was i native of Coram !long Island Street Baptist Church of Taun two daughters, Mrs George Anvman 1----1; the Black Hills Passion Play Lake Drlv gregitional Church on Friday: Feb,
ton and a member of New 14 10 150 local
Fng of at a m were
N. Amherst N. H. and Mrs.Ralph I wom-
He i is Y. He
survived winter LakeWales )
by his widow was n member ofSi opened its season at
Mrs. Jeannette McPherson Ray. I, pmls (lutheran Church of land Survivors Order of Protection Schwind of Newton Pa.,; Thursday, Feb 20: 10 am, on Feb. 9. It is planned Sunday, 9 a.m.. worship service en. World bay of Prayer was i
mond, whom he Port Jefferson Station from Massachusetts, and three grandchildren I Holy C'ommunion., : 'Intention "For'the I of least fifteen : 10 a.m., Sunday church school started !seventy-eight years ago 'in
married June 21, loig Island : (hit a group at
two brothers, Freest Hill and Warren (classes for all ages): I 11am l .. worship New York by Mrs Darwin James,
J 1904( Edith Funeral services held in
at Altar Guild
Memorial Chapel. \ were Study Group members and friends of Redeem
Lawrcncevillc School, He I k also He I Is survived by three sons: Trout Hill and; two!Mrs sisters Esther Mrs, Mildred Johns Funeral Home Chapel Fn- meeting follows 8pm.. adult er will attend this world famous service: and 6pm., Young whose idea was to unite in prayer

survived by four children: Mrs Waller Flsebough of Stuurt, Harold fourteen grandchildren and Tlerney; Jay at 2 p.m. with the Rev Newton study group, first session, "S.i nts I production Performances are held Peoples The Adult Fellowship Bible Class will for service to others and for

William F. Merrill of West 1 Chest Flschoujfh of Flushing, long sister, Mrs Florence : one of M. Tweedy, pastor of Community on Main Street." every Sunday at 6 p.m. and every ----- --.-- meet--world peacelANGFCRD'S.
cr, Pi and Woodstock, III, Miss Island" NY? and I Lawrence of Illinois. Normandy Church of Jensen; Beach: officnting Friday\ Feb 21. Ember Day: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

tlit.1betlRAymond of Stuart and New York City: one daughter Mrs The remains 6 ant. Holv Communion Inlcn at. 7::30 pet,
were !sent I to
Woodstock! N H. 1 Mrs Viola Dirmstardt i in lion: For Our Parish Families"
David S. Germany: ton for services and burial with Sunday school teachers meet on .
purant of Stuart and Ashfitld, and nineteen grandchildren. Yates Funeral Home in charge of MORE: ABOUT I.ijjht brcakhsl followsSiturdu jl Friday this week at 8 o'clock. The i i FRANCES
Maks. and MicPhcrson Raymondof Services md burial will he in local arrangementsMIIFS Feb. 22: 7 a.m.. Holy new course is entitled "How You ,I
Princeton, N, J.; \hrec sister*, Port Jefferson Station with Johns Ask Acoustical Communion Intention: "For thePrcsidenl Too, Cm Teach"' -. ---
Mrs. R. Nelson Bennett of Scar funeral Home in charge of local CRIGC I of the United State" I ---
borough, NY? Mrs Constance arrange mcnlsIII CRAMFR I Sunday Fib 21, Lent II: 730a : The church is open every day GERQVfRtG

Hurrah, New York City, and Mr Miles Cregg Cramor, fifty.eight"" Engineers Stop ..m" Holy Communion: 9am" for medii:ition and prayer The
John F. McPherson; also thirteen I EAKJ.? S SMIIIIHe n resident of Elizabeth N J.. died Faun uty Communion: I II I a.m" rose display garden is open to the \ RESTAURANT

grandchildren and elcvtn' great cakes Smiih. Thursday, Fib II. as the result morning privcr public every day. I
grandchildren resident of North seventy two, a of a boating accident A native ofBclmar :,Hospital-Noise M.mbiv, inch" 24, St. M kltthi.<", AT IANCFORD VILLAS ANT MARINSEWU.LS ,\
River .th CRFCATIoN1At.; :
A mcrmnal service was held nf Stuart, died Tuesday Shores Fib N. J., he made his winter Ap M.'t: 6 a.m" Holy ('ommun. POINT ROAD JENSEN BFAdI

II am Wednesday, Fcb 19, at 18 A native of Burlinghani morning, N. home In Sew ills Point (Continued from Page: I I-A) ion Intention: "For Our shops i The Bible Union Church. East I
First; Presbyterian Church of Stuart Y.. he had lived in this area since He Is survived by his wife, Mrs Successors to the Apostles Ninth Street. Paint: City will conduct $1.50 SPECIAL LUNCHES
with Rev, Malcolm Hurls/ 1950. He was a veteran of World Ruth B Cramer: one daughter, I pitdl spokesman, County Judge Tucsd iy. Fcb 25: 7am" Holy church school at 945: am
-- Mrs\ I.orrano Pallulino of Ro- Evans ( racy Jr whit hid been Communion Intention: Protec. Judson Minear is urerintendl'nt.1gh SERVING NOON TIL 2 PM-MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
Belle N, J.; one brother Ralph done al the hospital to remedy' the lion of Body and Soul." I worship is at I II I clock
L. Cramer of Boca Raton and noise. ____ I Sermon Rev 1 awric i J. .Shampistor : I
RESTAURANTRAINBOW I two grandchildren. Judge Crary reported the hospital PALS( cirv BAPTIST : will he "The Dimness--of INFORMAL FASHION SHOW

AndMOTUL Funeral scrvfcei and burial were 1 had: sealed off one wall in the I Sermon subjects for Sunday, The Soul:' Small children are I

i in New Jersey with Johns Funeral .. vicinity'Of the air-conditioner: : remedied Fcb 23, are: I II I am, Jesus Stood I cared for during worship. Additiond FROM THE

Home in charge of local urrangcmenls the air flow: erected a sound and Cried; and 7:45 p.m., "No parking in the rear of the I OUTRIGGER GIFT
church SHOP
"" baffle, and extended the smokestacks Man Can Come to Me, Except
US No. 1 South of Stuart. Opening under new niimaKfmrnt all costing about $3,(000) Mid.week service: 7:1: 15 p.m., Wed. t Youth Fellowship at 6 p.m. Sunday .
Give the little woman a break bring the family out and rut wllh PAUl. J. HOULIIKN, DDS "We have done about everything nesdiy. I for Junior and senior highboys \Vcd. and Fri. 12:30: p:m. 'til 2:30: p.m.

MI. We aim to please. Open 7-7 dully, Special dinner on Paul J. Houlihm, D.DS., seventy we can clo except close the Intermediate girls class: meets ut and girls Special program of
Friday and Sunday evenings. For I'e'lCnallol1phune 2879781. .four, of 1325 Third Avenue, hospital," Judge Crary said. the home of their teacher, Mrs. interest will he a Bible quit.
iAoyle and Rosa Irit/ Riviera Beach, died at his home Mayor Cooke replied that residents Doris Vim Tuinen at 330; p.m..,, Lenten Bible study on Wednesday DAILY

Friday morning, Feb 14, following reported the noise; it worse Friday, Feb 21. mornings, conducted by t h epastor. 7 DAYS A WEEK S
P.M. TIL 10 P.M.
an extended illness; He was a than it was a year AgO. The Indian River Baptist t Association
former resident of this area and "I I wasn't awure the noise was Brotherhood meets Mon- Following the Wednesday Bi. I .
r'5 a member of St. Francis of ASSISI worse" Judge Crary said "If you day, Feb. 24, with the Rio Baptist 1 We class the Women Fellowshipwill Cantonese American Foods
4 j 1\QiPC I\ Rarw yS Catholic C'hurclof Riviera Beach like, you can come out and listen Church Speaker will he Evangelist ,' meet I
lie is survived by one son: Paul But we can only do so much because Hugh Beasley from Clear I lake Church choir rehearsal on Friday For Reservation Call 2S7-4040

J. Houlihin .Jr. of Hollywood and of limited finances," Baptist Church, Cocoa evenings at 7.
three grandchildren. Commissioner Sims reminded I The prayer committee of the Where The Stars Meet *

I'I.AN1'AT10N ,, Funeral services were held in Judge Crary the commission is not I Womcns Missionary Union met IIRSr MFTIIODIST
J unNI.AWN ,y West Palm Beach Monday in the opposed" to the hospital Sunday afternoon to discuss final Stuart

ytswtm b NuW Open 1 St Francis of Assist i Church. with I "There have been three or four plans and program for a prayer Wednesday, Feb 19: The chan

Our Dining.... fro'" e.ills r.M. ell.... Norlhwood Funeral Home in I meetings on this subject with these retreat at the chapel Friday Feb eel choir will rehearse! at 7:30 p.m.
II""'''. ,......", .... ,....' IU'. p. j j.Awn charge of arrangements. people. They want the anli-noise 28 Friday: Feb 21 : The junior Beanbag'
..... ... I '
..:111 ordinance enforced. will
,.. 1.:11I: ens r They re still Response from the members of choir meet at 3:10 pm
I ilvrsaly Arrow '" FRNST 01'r<) SCHMFIL I not sure !something will be done the chapel and others to sharein I Sunday, Feb 23: The worship

sun I1.1II1111 Ernst Olio Schmcil, sixty-four, !I to eliminate the noise. It appearswe providing pews for the chapel services will be held at 8:45 and .
1'110)1' of 91 C Etreet. Martin Mobile cant enforce the ordinance has been good. It is expected that I 11 I a.m. with the pastor, Rev. Wallet professioral Senior

I Homes, Stuart, died at his home unless we go to court. We hid enough money and pledges will he D Jessup, delivering' II the message. -
Thursday, Feb 11 He was a native hoped to get together with t the received to provide materials and Church school will be heldat
of Cleveland Ohio, and had made residents and hospital officials and that they will be mst died during 10 a'm. The )\junior: and seniorMYF G offers
his home here for the past twenty find a way to eliminate the noise March groups will meet in .the compete
months. some t time in the future he concluded Mr and Mrs Henry Urn, members church basement at 6:10 p.m.

AC 'sy, r lie is survived by his wife, Mrs of the chapel, and first couple Monday, Fcb :24! : The men's
; 'L1s Elsie R Schmeil I of Stuart: one 1 am sure you arc aware we within the chapel to he united prayer group will meet at 7 a.m. this week

brother, Robert Schmeil of Cleve. have "been trying to eliminate the by the present pastor. eelehr'ted Tuesday Feb 2The: DorcasI
land. noise', Judge Crary replied "We their first anniversary Fcb 14 I Circle will meet at 8 pmGOURMET .
--- want very much to do so It is
Funeral services were held In
Johns Funeral Home Sat bad public relations to he involved
BOX OFFICIOPFNS: 6:#( Chapel in a controversy such us this,"
I urdav at 4 p,m. with the Rev John
11 iii 11.0. SIKMTIMF 700: N, Hudson' Baptist t Mr.
rtOft! : and Mrs Joseph klecow
I Continuous from 1:15.: Sal, Sun. Church of i l sky, Rio have had as their guests I -

EDWARD WALES EARLS for a week their daughter lean: .
JVednesdaurday and her friend, Miss Joan Hoxsic, I !::::':->';"::' ;' ,

s Edward Wales Earle, sixty-eight, West Haven Conn. Other guests "
of 708 Madison Avenue, Stuart were Mrs John Saconchik and !
: .
.JaMCS S1ewae-f. died at his home Friday, Fcb 14 daughter Martha,, Miami for the
after an extended illness A native weekend.

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n.? STt'VRT (alorldaTR'S,, ) Thursday. rtbniai. M. 1 964 3-.1I,

, 'How Does Your Garden Grow? I PRES tN

Theme of Flower Show at Club i I CLEARANCE

riu- theme of the Garden Cluh' conducted and l numerous committee i by Mr" D S. Hudson Sr and I
of Sunn' (lower show this year is I meetings have been held in !Mrsilhum Walter Mrs. W. CI '. I II
How Does l Your Garden Grow preparation for the show. I I I. Armor 287-2796. will take reservations '
The show will he held l at the Wornin Horticulture chairman, Mrs. R, I for anyone who wishes to I
( luh building on E.isl Ocean C. Johns, announced that the horticulture I attend the judges' luncheon a t I
R'ulc\.ord' <5.mirdaand;; Suml,il i\, division is open to the I I 130: p.m. at the Yacht Club Restaurant BIG SCREEN !
F>;-l" "" March I I public and any exhibitors with cut ,I Port Salerno -I NOW. ; ,
flowers' annuals, perennials roses, For further ..
For the any information
past 1 several weeks, \ I
del (the leadership of un- hibiscus or other material;, are call the general chairman of the I N t SLIM STYLE
members, classes in horticulture outstanding I requested to bring planters a n d I flower show, Mrs L. M Johnson PORTABLE
dish gardens for their exhibits. the club i '
end flower or president Mrs. John
arranging have been I.I I II I
II I A new enlry, fruits and l vegetables I \V Hiisscy I
has been added l this year I TELEVISION O
.I.II | Mrs W. A. ( ener ithe con- I GENERAL
siillanl The lomulo. while botanic.ilK I II
i classed! is a fruit will, hed.I'ed Tourist Club ...THAT CARRIES ITSELF! ELECTRIC
,1vCllCt.lhle in this show
Anyone wishing further information -
I call Mrs (,ester 2H7-0821 Group Sang CONSOLED
Another new booth under the
supervision ol Mrs R. N. Kuhn Monday NightThe F M v
Mrs hthel Mitchell and l Mrs Kenneth
Grillith. will be baked.!. goods 1 R :
including nut breads, cakes and Tourist Cluh/ met Monday I E aR + -r
cookiesMrs!.. evening Feb 17 at 6 p.m. at the 191.SCREEN. O
Youth Center for a covered dish E BIG
Anslic Sawyer, ticket chairman
dinner and l entertainment. i
may he called at 287-2300
.md tickets will he available' at the Kim and Carl Williams, dressed '
in Hawaiian costume and accompanied :
I door S
at the piano by Mrs Marvin I e O rtt Mn-. I __. -e N
I Pightccn' judges will arrive Sat- Keller. sung several Hawaiian T SCREEN'iw.lloMslra
urday morning At 9 they will he .
served coffee lit., the First Nationil songs A '
< Bank by the committee headed I Durley Ann Howard Ed I Clay -
and Mrs Dorothy Cout.mt sang N E
---- -- many !songs, accompanied by Mrs. I)
Keller. Mrs. Alma Randall and I w
esrcg Baby Shower Is I Willis Dexter respectively Other
field Thursday entertainment was by \ I
a 1 Cher\l, Glenora and Michelle? I Coutent J Y 1vfirl -
..1 For Mrs. Matrix who played ukelcles and Hint i N ,
Hawaiian songs, Mrs Ruby Wren
I Mrs Jenncan Maltix. Caledonia, who told stones, and Vincent Siew-// G
Ohio sister of Mrs Bill Hataway
art who pl.i)ed songs on his taw,
was honored nt a baby show on the L I II
accompanied on piano by Willis -
(Thursday, Feb 13 ut 8 pm. at Dexter U
I the Palm. ('icy Baptist Chapel.
Joe M.iz/cU the clown with I
Hostesses were Mrs Rosa Qm8- f D
Icy Mrs Madeline Peterson and his drum. J He also sang several
Mrs. Hatawal.Serving ). numbers. E
refreshments punch The program closed I with the 1) \
I I and cake were Mrs Joyce De- group singing of "Let Me Call I O Superior vUwfog phatura .Vi a cabinet et f Mahogany,
You Sweetheart"The '
loaCh and Mrs Mary Alice
I ling Ymg- next meeting will he on .r Walnut ,r.ln,4 finish styled In the slim, madam
Ci.imcs ere placed) l with prizes !'Monday March 2. $13988 .oeM..
won h\' Mrs Sadie, Del.oach and l W '
Mrs. Marietta Ymglmg ill 23"squats screen, "DayNjU, BUi." pitonsfull
Decorations were a combined l lhuh Charles
Pelican \ and Valentine theme Moody power traniform.r, Automatic gain; control

2 hirl>'. persons attended. I' Winner N Largo Irani-mount. tpcokorCabinet

Beauty Salon "' .,.. WORLD'SLARGEST- -o with Man |iny-f. rilntt flnliK on

I I At the local Drive Roa Evening by Appointment
I rx.uu..t AUTO INIUIUClIOM'AIt held Fcb 12 at the Martin County ONLY .
Myrtles Clark Claire Scranton Cold, Airport winners were: First t. "
trtn rAAa TsttatouontE Charles Moody; tied for second
215 OSCrOLA AT 7-3484 Rob.rl M John.oAT Robert Napier and Mike Glass; $19995
T-362S fourth David Duncan --o
; Top girl I
-- contestant was Pam Axton.
Prices were given in the event Il
DANCE 'VITU A SMILE by the Bank of Stuart First National -
Bank and First federal l
DANCFS: Savings and Loan Winner of the
local contest goes to the district
TO TIlE DINNFRS: and could go to state and national
WEDDINGS Road-e-o-s Winner of the nation-
Carl I Greco Of'lI. PUNC710NSFRo'I : al contest will get a $2.000() scholarship GENERAL ELECTRIC
and a convertible.
ACCORDION Cars for the Road-e-o were furnished ,
Style TO A 12-PIF'tE by Merkle Motors, Ord-l.I I N DISH WASHER
Motors and l Bill.
ORCIfSfR! : 1 way Greene Chevrolet -
Fifty-sit participated 'I I he
ROUTE: I I. BOX S6 1I00m; SOUND 1'IIONE: S.$6-SI87 I event was sponsored by the Jay.I 1/Ir'

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Evcry vote for


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A Nail For The CoffinI I Delightful To Hear stl'I

Of The American RepublicA So Convenient To Use .

recent president of the American Bar Associationhas

solemnly declared: "The proposed extension of federal ex.

ccutivc and administrative control over business!;, industry, individual

citizens and the state by the package of legislation call. '

ed 'The Civil Rights Act of 1963' exceeds the sum total of all E

such extensions by all decisions of the Supreme Court and all

Acts of Congress from 1787 to June 19, 1963. When future generations .

look back through the eyes of history at this legisla. THE NEW raiANVIIJ.1r Y ONE ONLY!!

tion they will recognize ten percent of 'civil rights' and ninety

percent extension of raw federal power." Slightly DamagedFirst

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II, 4-A TIlE STUART ((Fit.) NEWS I Iliiirvla*. libruurv 21964) [Valentine Buffet Supper Is

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I : Edgewater Event

Broward .,.
,jei* Arrival for the season monthsire Lmder All prizes were il" '"
Ed Md
Fosterof b\ Marion and 'in\
f ., Mr and Mrs Joseph } ---- -
'.. LNka....Yat a,-- ---."'.... Woodbury Heights. N,, J.: Mr. -
and Mr William B, Hutchinson
of Kittannmg, Pa,; Mrs!, louise
Stephenson-Bass Wedding I'm
Frazer of Marion Ky., Mr and proudto

Nuptials at Lake Worth: I! William Mrs. Harrison po"!, Pa Witrncr; Mr, and of South Mrs represent the

George Carnlcle of Ml Sterling!!,
47 E. OCEAN BLVD.1 7-1737 (III; William \V O'Connell of BeIhesda .
Miss Anne-Marle Stephcnsoi The bodice was decorated with I Md. and Mr and Mrs
Most Complete Drug Store tn Martin Co. became the bride Timothy! Merle I ptarls Her shoes wets rose pink I Robert:: L, hinder of' Cleveland WORLD'S'LARGEST
Bass in ceremonies at St Andrew8EpL'o ,
OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 7.30: A.M 1IL 9 PM. Church, lake Worth, silm Her nouquct was a duplicateof Height!, Ohio i
the bridesBest buffet
OPEN SUNDAY 8 A.M..12.30: P.I\I. 6 P.:M.-9 P.M. i Saturday. Jan. 25 at 4 p.m. The : A Valentine supper
double.ring ceremony perform.'. t man was T A. Bass, Pahokte AJf' card party was held in the solar.
cd by the Rev. Edward John Watson and usher wan Ralph L IUITI Saturday evening! The solarium '
}//PIFlALMAMI .IMAIMi I Mcll trd Jr, Indian Harbor Beach tg'liti t was festooned with large!! red

: Fat her daughter wedding, hearts and a profusion of assorted
The bride I in the daughter of of red
i Valentines and
E : THE Mrs Stephenson chose an ': gulantls
Mrs Federal Anna- Highway StephensonSouth and the, I knit dress with white accessories aqua, .J hibiscus! Red. white and pink i AUTOMOBILE
BRIGHTEST chrysanthemum bouquets were
t a flowered hat and a mink stole.
is the of Mr and
bridegroom son
.4:1 Bob Kam. Marion
donated by INSURANCE
BUY! Mrs T. A. Btss, Pahokce, 'I Her corsage was of white; roses: : and Louise Forrester The
and feathered blue carnations .
The church decorated with COMPANY
was IiIRS. supper was followed with a card

palms, gladioli;; and chrysanthemums i idltOir. dress Mn with Bass white wore accessories a dark!' blue Her!silk ..J. ,_ M..... party, Prizes were presented for wROBERT_ r
and candelabra inked the
J;, POWERFUL I high scores In bridge to Louise
J 1 The pews were decorated i corsage was of white rose with !\ HMOrilY MIRLt BASS Forrester and Bill O'Connell and .'
with ribbons and flowers pink f feathered carnations I
in pinochle to Van Foster and Bob
t 5 CELL I Traditional bridal! music! was following the ceremony a reception I Clint Smith pla ed the bride's and Rollins College, Winter Park ... ,
played was held in fr FriII uullz I !She is employed in security work

Given in marriage by her grandfather Hall at the church.Decorations For her traveling outfit, the at Cape Kennedy, Secretaries at rA

C. F Meyer the bride worei were similar to bride wore her wedding dress and The bridegroom is a graduateof : I
llq l i I white crepe afternoon drevs Her those in the church The punch her corsage was flowers from her I' Belle Glade High School attended Two Meetings; on
I table was covered with a I lace cloth wed Brevard Junior College ,
while illusion veil was held by a bridal bouquet Following a Feb. 12 Feb. 15
cap decorated with pearls and and the hridc table with an organdy ding trip to Miami Beach, the Palm Beach Junior College and 11JOHNSON .
silver leaves Her only jewelry was cloth The three-tier cake new Mr. and Mrs Bass are making Rollins College He is employed Mrs. Ivy Murton und Mrs Barbara -
a pearl necklace which originally was decorated with a miniature their home at 8150 Roscland by the National Aeronautics and Ann Lmdsey of the Stuart

'belonged to her great.grandmother bridge and bridegroom Avenue, Sabal Palm Apirtmcnts, Space Administration as a visual chapter of the National Secretaries 331 E. OCEAN BLVD.
I She carried an old.fahioned Serving at the reception were Cape Canaveral City, aids specialist Association and Mrs Dwinda SIIOPPLNG PLAZA
1 bouquet of white roses and feathered Mrs Patricia Daumillcr, Mn Pat the bride is a graduate of Martin Attending the wedding from Stuart Thompson prospective member, PARK
i I carnations, with streamers of f U/zo, Mrs. Ruth Aaron and County High School attended were Mrs Allreda Fuge Ho- attended a threc-chipter meeting at East of Bank of Stuart
ribbon, Mrs Nancy Mcllird was in charge' Palm Beach Junior College. FlorIda garth Percy Fuge and Mrs, Edna the office of Southern Bell Telephone DHL 287.3625

M.nd-of.honor Will Miss Betsy of, the bride book At the piano, i iI Southern College, Lakeland Coutant. and Telegraph Company,
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WITH Greenwood, Melbourne who wore ----- -------- Fort Pierce, on Feb, 12, ..". STATE FARM

u mint! .green !street length dress, AMUHJR: RADIO Mrs Virginia Veazn. Mrs Kit .
Card-Sanders Wedding Was Cltn 10 MIH: ty Jcffers Mrs, Barbara Clinton ,fit MUTUAL
iMiti: A'ItII'I'I' : i mir: :
The Martin County Amateur and Mrs Murton attended a !secretarial MTOWIIIIKIUOUC' COOMTfHomtOltlct "
Ml'IKK' ."'"1,1.1\/1. IIIM". IIMX 111 11 Radio Club will hold its regular refresher course at Rollins :Bloomlngton,(hoots..,
1/ee 1101"1'1"1- lit hereby' HI\ n i Held Lantana Feb.7 ->
; ,...I..IllId.. will. be licilvnl.,' h\;".I InAl.lllln at meeting Thursday Feb 20 at 8 College, Winter Park, Feb, M I -
IIn..1 lOr 011..1) r/1111111IMNlltI' nr ------
('nunlvI ,, Ki"11'"'''' In Ih. of p.m, at its new meeting place at .
'I"p! or Ihr 'l lrth ),,.k,. or (1'10'1'1111 I'nllll I. I Mrs. Esther M C.ird, Jensen Jensen Beach who wore a pale the St Joseph Academy Jensen
.t It In Hi'luart a'Imrt.lit I Intil
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BATTERIES UI' ,, 811 AM. AI.., It III, Beach, and Morgan (i. Sanders pink wool suit, and gray accessories Beach. Anyone interested in radiois
I 11111! anal' opinrl mi '(>mi I linnluiftHlblii "- machinist mute first class, West invited to attend including visitors
fI c nrler na for the folio*Inn ANNOUNCINGThe
Palm Beach, were married Mon. to the area
3D f'Hi Leroy Corley was best ni in.
I..wl I and wlilon to ddY evening Feb. 17.
",lyllt i. Htreil, rioin Nil 7i toAlh11511bra Mr and Mrs. Sanders will leave
a OUR LOW PRICE99C 'l'1.lon.MpII'.lr..U"' In .MoiiUiruy Hulidl- The double in -ring the Town ceremony Hall was ofLantana the end of February for a short Miss Helen Sheridan, Newton
performed New Locationof
I visit to Oltumwa, Iowa home town Mass? arrived last t week for an
". I1IHV lip ohio I 11",1 0'' by Richard Url
| will San extended with Miss Jessie
of the bride, then to visit
Ihr orrin of tino.ihly MII.lln lI"'OI'd or Mrs!, lard wore a pale blue two-
(' (.Olllllll..I"n'.rL brocade cocktail dress Diego, Calif, where Sanders is Gates 89 "C" Street Martini
The hoard or Cu1 (''''nml. piece length Mobile Park.
1pi NlonorI I'O''VO' the rl,,hI (0) rt'Jrrtun with while aecl.-\Ories. She was being. transferred!
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mud' .11 1)1,10, attended Mrs
by Leroy Corley,
I'a'ot 11111 IIlIt day ot 1'ubruary.
I Uti4, --- ,- -- HEARING AIDSAll Means Store
Hfl\1I11 (II' ('ttt!NTyIY151NI$8It't'Ita IIII'11" Jewelry
M \ S 1'01's'rv Sm\IY: RKSIIHMS:
i 11) FIIANK]( : A. WACIJChalrllloll ,\, OF 1'OIM IMrT new Acousllcun !style at sensible prices. Service on all makesof
I ,IMt 1AI.1I'ub. Instruments. A\RP 1SRF/Y special Acomlkon program 244 OSCEOLA AVE.
I .' .'.b. 2n, 27, "1501 Seventy residents of Sewalls Free hewing\ lest In home or office.
-- '-- -- Point t held a party at the Town
NI'mt'I.4I'1'If'tl; ,Is"h..I I l\. (,,i' HIM arl"n IIIIXKlnrldH I h" I Hill I Friday, Fen I 14 ut 8 pm BATTERIES CORDS MOLDS
'rttled'tIIIto. "III b" 1'MI,.rtyrd. hv IIII' The theme was "Get to know your
Throw Beady, powerful beam visIble nard .r ('uIIIII v rnnllnlxxlnnrrt, "rM. neighbor and ," I Phone & mail orders for batteries & cords
I lor great dhtanops. Equipped: .,tin 'o"ly. /In "". or'rhv your community A Complete Line of
Ink. r i I'trrult, 1'oIu't' 1 Ernest I Lyons editor of The'
II 6 with blinker iwltcn. Ideal lor high IIr lhr VISIT OUR DISPLAY ROOIII AT lilt: limn SHOW
lit the "IIII.lltll"" In 1"1 I'YorldN Stuart News, the
way trouble light 111)11)1) \III 8:111;::l AM. Mnnli t lit,. spoke on early FEBRUARY 1911IROUCII 23 AT 1 lit"' NATIONAL GUARD
I Uti,. and nltiml' .P soon I Ilu'I rafter days of Martin County and Scw- Quality Jewelry
I N, WHILE THEY liSTEI 10 1..11110', fm. the following/ ails Point. ARMORY, tORT PIERCE, ROM 2 11LL I 10 P.M.

Hnl"l, from Hit Hostesses were Mrs H. W, New.
ft1ftp;"mouth ulI..h"lr> llillullf some, chairman, Mrs John Dick. Acousticon Becker Company Over 39 Ygars Experience in f I
tflrnlluus< may uhtatnr,1 111Itie \I in\On.MN..tftotot\crt Hags, Mrs
offtl', ,,f Ihr Alit, lit ilnatd IfrOunit Frank Kotze Mrs Fred Nieblmg, Watch and Jewelry
t'tli111loot 11,11, M, 709 ORANGE AVENUE, TORT PIERCE Repair"
( I'ho hoard of rmuuty.mn11N I and Mrs James Stevenson.
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1IIRK: !1"\ \I\G\UlnNT: : : DESIGN 1IIVT SPEAKS IrOR IISILH: lilt lIoiILLA IHRlt: BEDROOM: l'\\O B.\tlIIIO\IE: provides all the upailoiw aecommiHlatlomi -

BUBBLINQ Julia May MILK BATH Quart Size NOW 198 1tt Gm (kpOOtt and carefree livability you could auk for kitchen, living room and den or bedroom all open onto the large lanai overlooking the beautiful waterway. An abundance

of shush! with extra measure of quality. Decorators wallpaper See It be one of the first lo fall In love with and own this superb home.

Ezo Dental Cushions A shirt of tireless energy,
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REQ. 10* NEW FORMULA NOW boundlessly
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Prell Liquid its suggest tame ,for day anythingyou or night. ILRMMIID BY

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Deep Heat Rub i in a wardrobe Roll sleeves,

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stripes of Blue, Red,Yellow APPLUNCKS: BY :' : S
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IaI Days gas. w._Y1). riyhf to soma wu.nh5wg The Village 1IIL FABULOUS: !l DESIGNER & BUILDER

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I IIOSPITUBirths TlfF SH' \.RT (Florida) N1EW* IIhursdu
i Jupiter Island Decorators Expanding SpaceClyde -Mr and Mis Harold. Florida }Yachts Led Parade Discuss Plans ), February 20, 1964 f-A)

I Platt. .t son Fcb 1 11 \lr and Mr, I

R. McGee Hobe Sound Harold Kelly. .i lighter Feb I Of Langford Marina BoatsI For BazaarDiscussion club building!! so that visitors to dMbsannr
I H Mr t and Mrs \U\lcv Lamson
resident! since 1 1914. recently! expanded : will be able to view sane
his Jupiter 1 Island Painters 1.1 x>n. Fcb. 1 IS': an, Mr: and Mrs I .of 1'1,10lor the Feb of 1M arts and craft work of tM

and Decorators firm which he w ,, Joe Penmngton. .i ',n. Feb 16 .havt.il, ichlstnen. again !Mr and Mrs Malcolm Leech Te 22 ha/.iar wan (the main subject of members {
Feb I
II Admin
. has operated since "tt2 I Ola- Mae. .1. George ElI led the lnlrato.ixi.il I \\ dler\l\"Y trek!. taunt Va. I the Wednesday\ Feb 12 business A door pri 9 will be given' every
sehoiigh i Anna
I Lee. tiokscy. lo. (the I angtord. !Manna and I Fran "Bee Sting" E. J. Provost and meeting of the Woman Club of hour from 10 a.m to 7 p.m. I
Formerly a small interior and Cash Robert s Hjgerty, Fm- I
exterior painting firm it is nowa its I lowerv. Mora. kulish, Hern i ces 1 angford/ Outrigger Rostatir. pan)' Chicago Heights/ 111: Irma Stuart!
.. ant this week, when : Mr and! Mr. Frank \V !Mrs Andrew Fcrrara. chairman
complete painting and interior ird Abbott and Mrs. Harold I pant nine out Matron's Class t
.ol the. fourteen yachts which Brot/ Pelham Manor N. Y. introduced! nine "booth chairmen
decorating. service at the Village Plaits md bab\ hat" ; discharged!, tied
Plaza in Hohe Sound where u occupies j (.ail C Wood" (Ian, Cliett, Anton ''UI' .it the I angtord Manna had I angford Villa guests fr..W1Ne. \\ who described their plans for thw The Matron Class of the First
York slate included Mr. Mrs cenl.) C ales!. .i .of ,
a recently added 2000 Omier. Vernon suitor, Charles Florida registration. and variety aprons Methodist Church held luncheon
JI..UaH' a i
square feet. Ravmond" Linda K. .mne Gottron. Si\ .out ol the fourteen groupswhich E. ('. Nesbeta Amit>\ille.: Mrs and .other hum)'made! articles. toys recently" at Mirtin's Mobile Park,
Leslie Trowhrld ... Joseph"" M Rose New York City; and! plants' will he among the .
The operation now has a fully \ Adolph were guests at Langford Viia. with thirty seven member and
I Mr. and Mrs. items olfered for sale
Charles II [IIJel,
equipped carpentry and woodworking touch Delberta Sehocnmg and were from the State of !New: five guests! I present The tables. were
shop a modern spray Gertrude Lynch York!. New York City; Mr. and Mrs C.Lesmkowski The club building! will'I beny -n beautifiillv decorated with Valentines
!. !. Ccnierpoit Icb I"J" .
Wednesday and Fndi
painting and drying room: has expanded i KNLARCH IIOML OF MtGlfS HRM: I IN MILAGE PLAZA I-eb I 12-Admitted' .!. Man t ha hlorida-biscdaehts' I :and their and! flowers
into furniture refinishing -- ----- ----- Washington' Jen I'rl)b'l. Albert owners incliiiled. the "VI\re," Mr Harry Larson Quoque: Mr. and \ morning feb. 21. I. to receive. I
und restoring, upholstering, wallpapering Cnpen Grace hKnderson, Edmund and Mrs. I LV:: sled! of JieUnv" Mrs. Howard Shepherd, llronx-", aJililion.il contributions jc\u-l I
and other activities 'Inside East Book. Robert Scurry, lo Mile: Aiht Bliz II;' Dr. and Mrs. II I ville. N Y. rhooks!. rummage. and articles!. I
Edie Trotter formerly of Palm Germany'IsWorld Martin Edith Thornton and Elma John. Mitchell also! of Jacksonville Mr and Mrs. C.: Reinhold. Cocoa for the while elephant booth I )
Beach is a qualified Interior decorator Hodgson. : discharged. Ethel. Os- Mr, and Mm E lie. A change! in plans reg.mling( I ., Lill
and Mrs Natalie Bodcn Around Us Program borne, Robert" ulverson, Frank "DivRc-Mi. II,"' Mr. and Mrs. Riverside I III.:; ; Mrs: V: (t.IJ'I i ) ; rummage !sale was also announced I I IDal

formerly of Chicago is a mem- Bidcock, Patricia ('emer; Kathy i Venn, (,. \\ebcr; \\ingDmg;' I I and party Wlllilll1l\\n. Ga.; RV. 'I I Ihc old A&P building. on list, ,1I
ber of the interior decoration staff I Cejmcr. Carol Severe. Addle tick Mr and Mrs. John. F 1 Dmgwall.1 taskow Test. Si.mlon and! Harry Ocean llotileviird will be the location : I I
E. G (Chick) File is office "Inside East Germany'; is the distinguished American newt correspondent er and Mrs. Roy, \ Rogers and baby : and I the "Dorothy. B," Mr. and Alexander, MIJI"nvillc. Ky. of. the sale to be held Inday VISIT. OUR FOUNTAIN
{ theme of the next "World Around world traveler, and boy 'Mrs Robert. C. \\ciler. all cf Fort Mr and Mis U. W Fnn'e, and Saturday. Kb 21 I 1-2 r. Your ,...rite Drink
! manager. I Us' lecture-film Robert Cohen. film producer Fcb M-Adimiled. James Dickinson I audcrdale I Dower Ohio. ; Mr. und Mr. Ualter from 8:30 a.m. < p.m. Arrange Wl ICMVI LUNCH
I Ollelie. 'Holcchck I ( Knoepplc, Mt Prospect, 111, mint fora. pickup of rummage|
It will be the third of seriesof GeorgeRunge "'
I will us a look on the other a Scorpio, Mr and Mrs Richard : hv .
give Mrs L Woodruff Ward West can be made calling Mrs. Net
Mrs. Nora Tinkham and 'son, four travelogues sponsored by Joseph Amherg Jr, Ins I STUART DRUG CORP.
side of the Iron Curtain and : : : h. Ross! Palm Bench: 'Strag Hiriford. lit Pcz/onl :87-1U7
a view Conn. Mr aims) Mn
Earl from Fisher Minn, and Miss the Martin County Library Association Vera Cline t-mnu Rogers, StirieClements Mr. ; ." Luri. A 91.' + 9-'
Bess Swcnsen Ellsworth Iowa, of whats behind the Berlin wall Each has been filmed per- !!, Trances Walden Fred. goer. and. Mrs David I Nnsscr J J.U11..1. Ferguson u n .J daughter A Millie art show' will he on I L THIS SC :hDo 1
left Wednesday, Feb 12 to return on Thursday evening.. Feb. 27 at sonally by the lecturer who adds Fiencmann Frmk Brief WallerRectanut and Mrs HollywcxHl. T. R. Schelfcr"Tull4ora.Ir., PonifimiBeich \\ 1 1 II1'I"rl.I| __Pa.H__ ___ ____ display. ._._ ) ._in_ _the board_, room_ of I lie __ -.-_--__
home. They have been guests of R at the Woman Club in Sluart I the commentary. as the film j is and Mrs Harold Kel- : : Arco Iris II," Mr fins)
Mr. and Mi! Henry Hansen! for This will be a first hand reporton shown All are in beautiful color ly and bah)' girl .discharged, Div- I' Mrs John U Walker!. and party
the past three week film and in person_ by Cohen and have been recently 01 a d e._ i id Carter Ann \\hitohe-ad. RoseDownev Boca i Raton
-- --- --- --- ------- -- -- --- Ola M.ie Cooksey!. Edward .
I Ycadon. and.! Clarence Jones. I Out"of'staters mcludi-d. 1 "Bill i iMixxl FREE LECTURE ON
,. .
Feb. 14-Admitted. Allen Kendall Mr and Mrs J. Lester I
I \\illiams. Roaring Spring Pu
Angel Clrt.I.no.! LdwardHenderson. : ?
I Carol Wagner Margiret Jusiolm III" Mr. and Mrs V R.
I Schwab and Marie Christensen Oliver Macon Ga: ; "\\I)lci 111'Villi '
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; discharged Robert Hagcrly[ '..::11I.. S I,5Fnta'I.hM.r: : r--
Are now paying a large monthly service Manuel Fhrcnfild Fred hiene-. --- --- -
you 'H t nn ivlKlllnli! air '
I .1..1.Ir l li
( ,, Ruth 1 Innd. .,
man Ruby "'per. i t 'M'iiirm11.mm. "f He M i
Lillian thrcnfeld. and Mrs \Harold (iml 1t",1(. ,;I n ion'IIi'siaillnnn,hrlilir, uu, Mnrl.l.I r Hi' I lain, i rim CHRISTIAN SCIENCEROY

Kelly and! baM girl I""..""nl I I., a n iin "l h\' II.I,
charge ? Fe b I < Admitted, Bernice I Iu, I IAn i Him, itoml litlni'llli.i I "i Its.
on your checking i::: !I :: ;I'n: of : I. \
Blackwood. Richard Sheltra. Mrs I;, : I,rnliii,.5ni', : ;I.n: p.of, d, I'::: ,ihnt::: iii: ;:.aI i

Joe. Pennington and. Mrs Wesley) rot lllnnlnil, '' or, tI". nbtr.rx'I.ola' I
II" \\111 h 1.,1 a ,
tile I" tint lnn"a
t unison and I baby: boy discharged" ,, ,
: hum I 17 Noah' 103.:11I: I' '" "' I r" "
+ Pauline Campbell M inc ('hriten.sen. 4..10. 1'111.' to ; .0 pm 'ii ti'ttti.,' ''iiitI'
nui I ",,"dnv. J' and I IS" hluatt'
Martha Cullnwski.!. Opal Cios- 1901 inuvlilfl ihp hrlilmvlll. hrun LINNIG C. S 'CHICAGO ILLINOIS
ney Wesley Hcilman, Nina King ','in'd I 1 iminiiily,' Inlwivn llu. I IIMIH,. ,
11 IS Nnnn I. 1'30 I lo ,r.
p.m.| pn "m" -
Our charge is probably much less than what arc Emma Lower) and Ins Mary Cline. tin,n'lal tuw. ulvliitf l Ihn pnipi' ..lannl. -
you Fcb I 16-Admitted.l F m t 11 iv \.
and invite Green Willie Jones. Linda Wil OC MMtTIV. ('"MMIHHIONKHHI OH'!N1V:: f..0\ Kit Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother'
now paying, \\c comparison. son Marlin I IUl1t. Reginald. Thomas I'll"I I"'ih .n"i. I'nilMIIKIl .

| Matthew immond'. John Mel- -,, --l U I.. \II fill. -IIIIIHMiri --- Church, The First Church of[ Christ Scientist,
; I ton Mildred. Revere. und baby ho y < <'h: I"li I hm'ht', | HIM.n I h tMaitln
1 rni4 'dtldn wlll I hr, rrrrit'd, hr lit.I4nrA .
-+ I Penmngton.: discharged, F ran kAckermann. ,'
of "un I)' i'onmllullnn'ra, ar in Boston 11 1 ass.
Bernard Abbott l Rich- ('suit' KloiulM. In tho of- ,
I nrd Sheltra Peter Tcllord. Rob rim. iif HIP ,cii-ik uf .l'In'ult 'Court
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\Ve Are As Close As Your l\lailllox ,, ert Scurry, Angel Cartagena MnWesley dim! null 5 .II :10 AM M..nh U,
Lumson and baby boy and I 1'11,1. tins >ii' 'in'il IIH UIMI llmiaflir .-.-
in po" lhli>, fir the fnllowlii' :
Mrs Harold Platte and I baby; hoy
Feb 17-Admitted. Hi/abclh l ,tilhiK and! wl.lihlnn to W
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Clark Flsie Hclmstetler. Ina Malone it\li-w rlvn l lu Wait Murphy
F rnia Von Sch isscn. Anastasia JlII"I.'h .
-+ Sheridan Rudolph Dicrker!., hloIflrllo1a 1,150 hr ohlnlnal'
and Robert Scurrv, discharged: nffi"n: f Iii:' Mnrlln. : Htnrd ::1"Ollhly

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Margaret Schwab Matthew Hammond I. si i"IK ihi that lu nJmtund ,

Edmund Book, Cieorge nni.//"IP" 'Thin ill 1010.>Ilili il.f I" i.In" Hurt'.
and Amber Jr. t 11I''"I.
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; First Bank!Iridianiowri Circle of the First Baptist; Church Bodcockb"HONEYMOON"Fabulous
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: ,7 Mrs. J. C. Anthony. Mrs. GROUP
e John Teal and Mrs. Julia Rivers
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r"411n'' STL'.ART (fTa.TR'4) > Tlmnday, Fchnipr* 20, W4 Johnson Will Run Hearts and darts was the themeof

I Masons to Place Cornerstone Feb. 29 ; Mallory the JolISix Canasta ( (luh

when It met recently .it I t h Dean Tooker AnnouncesFor For Post of County Judge home" of Mrs. Arthur Foote Hild.i

Cornerstone laving ceremonies grand master Anthem: pledge to the nag; an brad Park. Attending were. Peg

County Judge Post tl the new Martin, County Senior Ordinarily cornerstone! ceremonies introduction of guests by Christian Mallorv Johnson thirtv-two. a |I to I9S7. serving as deck officer Raphcl. !Margaret Pine tlsii I I
are held when the first i Kalb. worshipful master of Acacia Siirs- Booth Helen Mcnnench. Kathryn -
High School will he at 2:15: I pm partner in the law firm of Me I on two destroyers, the I ,h\
stones are laid in a building. Dueto Lodge, cornerstone laying, and the Angel! Prizes were won
Cone Hen currently >
direction USS
the field and
Saturday feh 29. under Roberts & Johnson has formally
Dean Tooker thirty-seven. county changes in l the construction oration by Judge Crary a'': lieutenant in the Naval Mrs Foote. !Mr. Mennerich and
attorney since Ma) l. 196(1( ((1'' of Acacia lodge! 161t schedule! of the '!school and the At I 115: I p.m.. Acacia Lodge announced thai he will file as Reserve d Riviera Beach Unit. Mrs Angcll Refreshments .
candidate for county
ficiully announced Wednesday thai & A M.I necessity for two months advance will be open to lodge members Democratic served
will Dcmocritn. will be notice to the contractor, the cere- Scaling for the ceremonies will judge The Johnson, who reside at
he file as a tan [the principal! oration by
I _. have three daughters -
didate for county ,judge 'in i h C' ( ounty Judge Evans Crary Jr monies were delayed. be hy the Acacia Chapter of De- ,--- ( abana Point five three and one. A wild duck banded! in the United '-
coming primary. The program opens at 215: Molay. Rainbow Assembly 92 is ages Soviet;
shot h\ a i
I I the cornerstone will be laid by with the Mar member of the First t Slate was
Tooker. a native ot Palchoguc p m? a concert by in charge of the programs He is a in Siberia
N Y. came to Martin ( ountl\ l ul' Right Worship Hohart O Pel- tin County Senior High School The public is invited to the Baptist hurch. vice president of I hunter

practice i law in November I bas' hank acting in behalf of the band, followed hy the National activities I Stuart Jaycees a Civitan. and
: ------- American Florida
of the
from Miami. where he had worked "'. '

with the Travelers 'Insurance 1 P i Arts and Crafts to Keller to BeCandidate ,", 1 I -tions and Martin- -County--Bar .A' OCIII-I' STOPpaying

(for .,
Jensen Trailer

Be Featured at FairArts Registrar HereJohn ; ..

Sales Inc. high insurance
f ,
r and crafts will again he a person residing in Martin County I W. Keller veteran's service I costs .

a feature of the Martin County Fair, including winter visitors, arc eli- ollicer for Martin County. has Phone 287-2732
gihle to enter these exhibits All announced he will file as u : : A "EAR BUYS
March 9-14 according to MissMartha 08
precautions for the safety of these date for county supervisor cnndl-I I Just North of the Arch II I $38, AIL THIS
Burdine home demonstration
Item( will he taken. istntion. alii Home
DEAN lOOktK Jensen Bench S 8,000 On Your
.agent At the meeting of the Fair Association A Democrat Keller is the second! S J,20l( On Your ('ont -nt

firm as an all lines adjusterHe Phis year there will he three Monday evening, Feb. candidate to annuonce for the office S J.200 Theft Coverage:
did his undergraduate' workat categories in this exhibit Arts 17, the building committee report-! in the May 5 primary election Now displaying an outstanding
:the University of Vulpuratsol I crafts! and photography! will he one ed that the Malls m the new cattle M.In(Ion of new mobil homes. S 1,600 Fxtra F\p nse

Ind .and graduated from 'the Urn section Professional photographers building are nearing completion. Also announced as a candidateis M4IIORY JOHNSON: for 1964-Skjline, Titan King/, 25.000 Liability Coverage
vcrsi!) of Miami at Coral Gables may enter but will not he cli- It was also reported that Chis- Mrs Gladys Almcgord a Republican Piedmont !and the GRi/VI: S Salt( Medical Coverage/

r -r Tth in I9<4He gillie for judging. an's: Ranch in Indmntown will / Incumbent register, Mr*. Johnson. a resident here for the ,I WINDSOR.I Coming !soon, the S 259 Property J Damage:
served in the Navy from have of horses Zola Bl.ikcslec Democrat has three and onehilf. rein. received Glass
Culinary arts will include cakes, an entry Appaloosa a past i outstanding" AMFRICAN: : for S 50 ; Coverage:
\ 194) to 1946 taking part in the bread canned fruits, canned vege not yet announced her intentions.. a US in business administration I pin additional coverage:
\ Manannas, Marshals and Caro t.lhlejuice', jams, jellies, etc Keller is a former mayor of ( from the University ot
lines campaigns! Needlework such a s homemade Stuart TrainingLost Stuart and operated an appliance! Florida in 191.: and his law WANT TO KNOW MORF

ia.. ,.. ..... u.. A member of All Saints'. Fpi,- bedspreads! towels, luncheon sets, More here for about fifteen years. gree as a graduate of Stetson lie-I C'AI L NOW
copal C hurch, Jensen Beach, he rugs and other items may he entered He is a World War II veteran, retiring versity College of I law in (,
is a member of the American Florida in the household arts calc 56.52 in 11It captain in 1945. He He wa in the Navy from 19531 I Mid Year Special
and Martin County (Bar Associations i is ilso: past commander of the -- -- I ReardonINSURANCE
and is exalted ruler of gory.No articles or pictures which Clewiston GameStuart Harold. Johns Post of the American VAl EN'II'iE DIY I King I Ionics

the Elks Lodge) here have been entries, in I cgion. 'OJll| lOLRSOMF. j
he has rrevimlyeur. The new candidate I is 40' 10' 1 Bedroom $3.700
For the past two years a vice I x AGENCY
Hartford' Family Auto( insur'ance may he entered this year Any A Valentine Day Scotch foursome -
will provide you with broad I hfcen attorney for the Taxation and Training School lost a president of the Martin Countyand was played Sunday at t the 51)) x 10 1 Bedroom $3,900
of the Stile Indian River County Mental
Finance Committee I
protection at substantial sayings Southeast Athletic I 1 Conference Health Associations and Marlin County Golf and Country 50' x 111' 2 Bedroom, $3,900( AT 7.3262
Association of County Commissioners Palm Beach in game to Clewiston 56*2 last Wednesday a member Club There were three low net
if you have a good driving Hc1 attorney for Martin of the executive board of theCiulfstrcam I Krueger: BldR., Stuart
but still maintains first t
its prizes: First Mr. and Mrs Drew
record. And with the Hart- Council of the
County Planning and Zoning place standing in the conference I Boy King; second. Mr and Mrs Fred I IRhoade'lj I
ford name on your policy there Board and for Martin County 95.55 Victory Stouts -- ----
Mrs Adele
and third
need be no doubt about the Board of Adjustment, ; With only one conference game Keller is a graduate of Wof- I '

quality of your insurance. He and his wife, Rita, have three remaining to be played it appearsthe ford College in South Carolinaand Sarro and AI Bryant. '. ? 1 /ONT BlfUlVE ALL

Call office to see if sons, Bruce Too seven: George T Pahokee WinnerHitting Lions are headed for the con- a member of the Methodist 'YUSt YUS1 'I 1 RFf.' '
our now ference championship fNAFS WAJTINQ$ YOU at the
two and one-half and TimothyT Church He has two sons and a FOlj
qualify for on the Its last conference will he COMIS 10 1YRIC I
you savings game
one year old 29 of 15 free throws, daughter He came to Stuart i in
finest auto insurance you san with the Boys' School on Fcb 21 1947. "Under the Yum-Yum Tree:' | FabulousAll
Tooker aid that, if elected Palm Beach High School rolled' toa s
buy! The game is on the opponent'scourt. starring Edie Adams and lack
he Martin
would 95-55
judge resign lopsided
county victory over
In their first STS Hew
meeting I.cmmon, shows at the Lyric Sun I
his School
from county
position as attorney County High( Tuesday
defeated the School
giving the board time to find night at MCIIS In a non-conference Boys' handily Fri. Stuart Shufflers day"through Wednesday i itif ; PAtM $EACH W Na cw*

1 1 a successor and that he would de- In a game Friday night, Pa- day night the Lions sustained game their I.tI: 11 )\ 1:1I1'1"F'IIF'TI" : : : *x
vote his full time to the office hokee dcfeatd! MCHS 54-48 in ----- -- MTFLY
fourth I loss of the season when In 5.5 Tie With \ tII'm."r: ,: : Yon H1 Its s .IY
1 If elected. I will out tho close ( )
carry hard-fought game Belle Glade defeated the team 5448. II 'nl..1 I"'oonlo, will ho "r. '1' except Sunday
Job fairly and impartially," hi de. MCHS has announced an additional rvl, hthe. CllMn ni Nei-. flit" ill,.IMuni THRU APR 22
The Lions will seek .
revenge xluNt' ''1 I t'Istidn IIn"1 2
clared, "with particular attentionto ( game has been added to its from Belle Glade. in a at Belle Ocean Breeze t'II PUT: I thr, Iril (day ot xli.ih1'lat ,
.I Juvenile Court. I consider the schedule Okecchobce visits MCHS game and. npcnid hIII' ('III i'r.nmlasinn \ir\rn

office the most important judicial'" Saturday' night 'Ihe I oB squad gimeis Glade Drawings Wednesday for the night SEAL tourna- Stuart Shuffleboard Club tied J tin I'M a'.' 1JHT n mrntinN. on that o'arlln", hits 'III II Every Saturday 2 P.M.
office in the county since it affects scheduled for 6: p.m? followed Ihe I'liv Hall Htllnrt, Hurl.I.. rn''
ment will he held this week. The 5-1 with Ocean Breeze In a home the furnlKhlnir it all Inhur mnl.'I *
the most people by the varsity game at 8 _p m. tournament is scheduled for Fort Indian River League game 0 nWednesday 'lulu,. rmiliimrnt'. and niwrulMihe tin, Admission 25c
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I Pierce Fcb 27. 28 and 29. Feb 12 Stuart winners Wntrr ranmiiirtlnn Tr.'m.nl' Plant r Addlllnna for t u'I? Free Parking

-- were: M Mayer and D. Haley ('ll\ i>r HluiiM' .'lorlI."h. ss,,

OMEN TIED. INMNMIOI L Cornelius and W. Moore 'In'Ilnl. work' In or 11'01'.1 Ihr .:.ron enn5lsi.I'd.,,, ofihr .' IreSlbl watt, aoar o/rw dRIOIJNr, .
l C. Pennington and (i. Guyler. J. nand ""1\11' flltr"'I'..n..I.,. "ltl,,
a 1 t1 f e I f: PLAY PItneund C. Butts and 0.1honl- "Installing vnitrnlsi' aut of! Ihr surfs'un'.hnl,,. ,' "ltoh, < n..s u'I I 11 WESTONtavtCEDElKENNEL

Mrs Frances King and Mrs. as end K. Van I.liven. I...i..I Ii ii.,.,n midst. '' CLUBJ ,
Bcrta: Stuart tied in nine-hole play In u Good Fellowship League .1nc hh'' I r'ri'rd .n.r lIn and A
534 Soh 4th Street Ph. ne 1101.1977FOR rhdr' snrriri'.l! will nu'' h. rniisl.lmail '- 1-
I' PIHt'F Blithe( Martin .County Golf., and game the same day Stuart won by 0". "50' art. ", ''lib. xwstrd ,. 1I I -
NII/'Yllx/ "Country duff, TueCHy. default( from I l.awnwood. fir all "' ''rk. 1I

It i is announced that a field day Thirty-six players participated in '"ii'Rash...'.lIrl..I hit most rh'rk b.rt.hir arrnmpnnl' r"'. rhr, ".hm' 'I I I
will be held at Indian Hills Golf the clubs Thursday league three hhl band In n"onll'' lint '.0. IhxuDirt' ',
EXECUTIVE LOW PROFILEOR p.r iii' a,,; I "f 'h,? h. r hid
GILLETTE Course Friday, Feb 28 Local game winners being: R. Patterson .0 r.lsrnnl"' ? dint,, 'Ihr rids' Ifawnrdrd I
MULTNMUE MARK I players' wishing to go should apply K. Trout W Moore, I,. Dempster til' I'on"'n." will "I'hl" l
the Martin clubhouse Inn ilni, ', I "".,'rutlv. r "lp"h, "'ii-hits ,
at County F. Van Luven fc. Moore and
attic nillivn, noiil "'. h. sit" ,'u orNnrh at the NEW Martin
D. Thomas .. award. on'.r' 'Into n u rtttrnrnnti
,' ', CI, In ail I h the rltt of Nla"'
Saturday's Round Rohm
playwith ) Ntnnrt riorliln, In nrnrdnn.i', with' County Golf & Country Club
4 FULL PLY, NOT 2 PLY f.j'q: t3 Mr and Mrs Henry Schcl7c1 forty players taking part four Ihr arr'ntwl rcnnn.nl I ,
NEW NOT Ends NOT CHANGEOVCfll New Haven, Conn, arc spendingtwo game winners, were: C Moore F rnr.lnn'p,'IIl'o'k, alth.hft"Ihr' M'xn'ririrnlhtnrwhtril Ionp I" ii,"

IN WRITING TO WEAR weeks at the home of Mr Smith. D. Fendley, W. Pries and mist hr rsnmlur.I! sit, Ihp or. sr. lunr BOll FVARD
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"" snonrn IIEID TOR Mr ind Mrs. Ion' I Ilc-ureiit, TIm !STUART! Florida) NTH TTiniNitaT.. February 20, 1964 7-A J
MRS. GOLE ROGFRS! Fort Mr. I ------ - - - -----
CITY NEWS I Meyers and Mrs J C $7,000 United Fund
N r Mrs Maybelle Rogtn and Mn Sailors, Riviera Beach. and their - --

WHITE, Correspondent :875S82J I Judy Rogers held a shower honoring families were SunJav dinner guestsof
Mrs. Gayle Rogers at the Mrs Aline Scnno First i
-- centl Rogers>'. home on Loop Road re- Street Goes to 10 AgenciesThe THREE STOCKS

; ORGANIZATION IN of gomes Prizes will he a\\'ar"-'II.I'
11ILY MEETING: : Mrs Herman Miller and : The ta"leas trimmed wit i t h Tom Kathcra and Patrick i
executive committee of the
J Dick Campbell and Mn Helen
y stork decorations Mrs. Vera Meyers
thur Vincent will be hostesses : Glad&z. Ohio were Jensen B.'IIch.Rio United! .
Civic Fund 1 As .
Palm City Organizn- won prices in the gurnet played ; the I RI.h.IrJ"on.I.e: presidents; M.u.lin
visitors in Gayle illianu home .
kJ us monthly business meet A letter was receded from Dr. I Mrs Rogers received several last weekSergeant. socimon met Feb. M at Palmers \\ahl secretArHreasurer\ William BURLINGTON .-
the civic center on Tuesday. and Mrs. George Bent telling about nice gifts.These Store and allocated $7KH( t to the \\ciss, immediate past president INDUSTRIES
I at K p.m. with ten mem- their experiences at lona School. Mrs Hubert \ LV Sutton and ten participating: agencies in the Ohsencrs were Mr. and Mrs.
attending were :
lid one visitor present Ocho Rios, Jamaica. Havgood, Mrs. John Hay daughters spent the weekend with 1904< United Fund dn\e 18.. Urisen' and Mrs Charles CATERPILLAR
CitCivic Organizationa good. Mrs, Herbert Daniels !Mrs Mr. and Mrs Hohhio' Savage. An additional $600( ) has "been Hall of Rio. und Mrs. Alice>I",," O
member of the ('harshercoerce. IIOMF DFMONS1RTION: alKx"ited hO.e.ln' Breeze Parkto ol Mars Hill TRACTOR
POTLUCK {.UI'P"RThe Irving HaY <1OO. Mn Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. R. V Bandy have for M4I1.TllftC'O! ow
Gale Mrs Polly Haajicr, Miriam the lF: the Martin (oiinlv The executive committee will LS" ""ItOl: It COPY
organization has been ask- Palm City and Port Salerno Gale Cynthia Moore, Mrs Alma returned to (their home in Bartlcvvillc. Red ('ross and the Jensen leach meet Friday at 5:10 p.m at the TEXTRON r or IHI "nevuw.Pliase .-
r.n:; jf/ Pony 'League team Home Demonstration Clubs helda Anderson and Mn Bertha !Moore OklaMr Samaritans (free commumu ambulance Jensen Boaih Community Center
This i was discussed install ). according to AI Palmer lo distribute all checks lo t the
until the March meeting officers;joint meeting at the agricultural lo county building G \Rnr.s (nUB TOURS' Greenville! and Mrs S. C.Joseph spent A. Carpm several,' fund drive chairman heads of the agencies. .... ............................................. .
V night will he held at on Feb 11. beginning at ft:10 \MIIII. ('in' :NIKStKltS! diys with Mr and Mrs) Bill Ken (ertilicales of nl'preciati'n'cre Ihe agencies\ and amounts nllocntcd send me your February "Review" which diduiwi. Biulinlo .
center Tuesday Fcb :25! ".01. with a j'Otluckurrer.. I nedy last week. uwarilul also for the first lime to are.American: Industries,Caterpillar. Tractor: and Testroa ;
with a covered dish sup- On ThiirsdflFeh 13 the Gar- all members ol the all Red Cross $I.000)
610: Bring table 'service, The lahles were attractively den Club of Palm:, ( ity met at the Mr and l Mrs C. I Aston, Evansville ticipatmg I orfam/ilions I press which' par $'00 from Ocean Brecre' Nana, ,
orated the Valentine dee-I give Plus !SNAdds. ;
I and in park and traveled in three cars : I Jensen Bench :
cards or your choice 'Comic Valentines Ind. are guests of their son to the drive I and u> all 1 canvassers I Community
were place to White City to tour rulers Nursery and fainiK Mr. and Mrs. Ken and members of f the association Center. $1.200; Jensen Reach Samaritans ...
LATE TO CLASSIFY ets I and the Country Gardens. Aston All Amen '. Boulevard $800( plus $200:! to the Clty tlate_ :
DcSoto Sedan The invocation \\'11"y Rev. There were thirteen: I :in the St. I liicie Shores m Funds raised over the amountof reserve sinking fund for a new ..-...........................................
Automatic Lawne Sharp' Miss i Martha Bur group They hud a picnic lunchon (he goal went (to the United. ambulance and SRI) from Ocean .
\ ion. Very good con- dine :Installed) new officers ; the I the lawn it noon. Hostesses Mr. and Mrs Robert L R.e.1 rlln.l'pecial community cnurgcncx Brccre t Park HIRSCH & CO. :
Call AT 7-1086 2.20(58)( ) year: Willis Dexter played several were Mrs Margaret Homan and! Beaufort S. C., have come dow I I fund account I Martin County Association for ........ N. r... S,... f............ ..... rua.na." :
4doorctorvair: ;, : selections on the piano, ; Joseph !Mrs. Jessie MoschcllSUIOOI to spend a month or two at their I, In ,addition, to the approval of Men!.il Health. $SIX( (>; Marlin County -
t995! Phone 287- sang accompany ing himself I'I'Maz7..eJlII I home in Sea Gate I Harbor I $7X)0( ) ) to agencies, the executive I Association for Retarded ('hil.- I Intl Smith Second Street I'ort Pierre .
2.20 ((58)) on his home-made bass violin; HUNKS: P.T.A. committee approved payment ol dren $(MX( ; Martin County Crippled RIAIDIMsni' SIURI'11.. 10Ih.IRFFtAII.ANIIC :
!Mr and Mrs William ,
Job Cnllcsnie. and Tommv Red-1 I Bishop j SilO to a Jensen Beach cancer patient Children and Adult Associa 74100M / .
The student and
Sea .
body faculty Gate Harbor were called to
for medicine well $100
dinger played a cornet duet; (here as us lion SHOo
of Palm City School: (thanked. the Halifax/ Va.. last week l by the
waa comic duct by Mrs John to a family of1 children for sheconstruction I nngford-Hal) Park Association UN OI'I I'la 25 Broad
local Parent Teacher Associationfor death of her father Dr. W. S. I Street N.w'CI'k 4, N.Y. :
Patterson and Mrs Gay Jerome: of a cabana to a uhf o); Jensen Beach Curl Scouts,
the generous addition ti) the Lovchcc. Mr and Mrs John Bow-
I house home in ,
trailer Mars Hill
and singing of popular songs concluded $4H( ; Jensen Beach Bow Scouts
the evening school library The hooks purchased nan of Him indo came to visit and Both amounts were taken I Irom tHO: Martin County Animal' Resme listen to duly market news and averages ;
by the PTA group are now in heilh Mrs Dusv Bishop, who the "O-"I.III"n \
omnuinity Emergency I fund I $100. i > \-l440 on your dial
circulation thanks. to the extra i. spending the umtir with her I
NOT SHOE U\llU'R: ; The executive committee whichapprove j The slit Jensen' Beach Scoutinggroups ...... .. .
effort of Mrs Ray Warn, county son while they were out of town I "' ,' .t twa 'H.. .. Fool Pl.... hi.If.rIII
NOW inVIIHIA (ho amotmlH [ Cubs and Brown ... '
librarian. given i 1" l including: I awear 11ooi. "anda/a.' I-N.A".
Airman Second Class, Charles Mr. and Mrs Dewey Campbell I each ..Ij'nccon"i! ,''11 of Mrs Zol.iSuarlhom os, will receive $25! each I and $HO i
Realty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam PERSON \I.S Falmouth K)'.. are visiting his i ._ .!president: Al I I'almei I goes to the [ mergency. Fund
Cobb of St. I ode !Shores, is stationed sister and her hush' ind, Mr and -- -- -'
at Wcstovcr Air Force I IJjaC. William E fleetly. SP4. left Sat. Mrs. (larence (Utley,
Mass In the litter part of I urday. Feb 8 for Fort (Curson. I
Mr and Mrs. Thomas B. Wolfe
he entered the bisc hospital (olo He was here on a i Ihirty-diy
January : leave visiting his parents. Mr and went to Fort Steers' Sundiy bringing -
to .undergo He was a still serious confinedwhen footoperation. i Mrs Sam Cobb St. 1 uclc Shores, buck:: Miss Ruth' Wolfe! for an i
after thirteen months extended visit i MissVolfe is a
Fcb 4, his wife serving in
on entered i
Korea. !Methodist missionary to 1 Lahore. I FARMERS MARKET
the lame hospital giving birth I 'akistan
to their second !son Gordon McDonald slrfckcn
Our expert beautician will give The infant, weighing eight i t I with a heart attack( on Feb. 12 Sunday visitors of !Mr and Mrs I
pounds two and one-half ounces I is a patient in Martin Memorial Clarence Utley were Mr and
you the JK'rmanenllwst for your has been named William Dean I Hospital !Mrs. Clarence tumphill! Okecchohec -

own hate style It In When Charles called his mother I .
I new
to give her the news he told her I Robert Nelson \Villitmsficld. 120 SOUTH CONGRESS WEST PALM BEACH
coiffure thai makes you' prettier) he thought he was perhaps the first Ohio is spending several days as Samuel Sheler. Grand Rapids.
father to wear out the wheels of guest t of Mr. and Mrs Earl) Walters Mich. is a visitor in the Car
a wheel chair instead of shoe leather I ilackburn home.

FashionetteBEAUTY awaiting the birth of his child. Mr. and MrsValdo Homan. Mr and Mrs T. G. Proctor,
Mrs. is the former Fran-i
Mr. and Mrs !Mark Biker. Mrs Sanford N. C.. were callers ut the -
ces Crews daughter of Mr. and I
home of Mrs Anita While Monday
Mrs S. G Crews Rio Margaret Homan. Mr. and Mrs.
SALON I Marcus Burr and Mr. and Mrs morning They were en route '
Gay Jerome enjoyed' a II' Dmu for a few days.
Mrs Lois lynch and children I picnic supper
605 COLORADO AVENUE have moved to No. 7 Biy point hn.I: the home of Mrs 'Peter vawrv a's'an-+ wswau Hannlobe '
Trailer Park Key West Mrs. Jensen Beach, on Saturday -
STUART, FLORID lynch will teach the sixth grade I evening Mrs Baker Mr. [ Sound NewsANN I BIRTHDAY SALEABRATIONSEE
there Jerome and Mrs "Kochan all recently -

Open Mon thru Sat. .:.............. Ii I Ii i i'I celebrated their birthdays. ('IItS18FRS.Correspondent I

7:30 a.m. 5:30: p.m. INN N,. WORLD'S i I Mr.and Indhave Mrs Ray their Shelton trailer Fdmburg. Phone 546-5359

I LARGESTHTI parked ut Ronnie Mobile Park. ( AD IN THURSDAY POST- TIMES)
MARIE WETS, Owner aril KMMd MMfl they will he here until the list MISS\ tiiumtRs ii,vsJOINH \
ANN IICRLBUT, Operator Cold > ''ot Mirth enjoying| fishing and ) AIR IRI:
Nraoi n R0a'n M. Jahn..nNra.nwrr i sunshine I he Shelton arc parents r
Phone 287.4999 ) AT r seza 4 I I ol Mrs Sam ( obh of St. Lucie !Miss Ann Chambirs. our Hobc I' TFIURS.FRJ.SAT.r

--....-.......-..-.. 1 Shores Sound Air correspondent Force reporting, has for;joinuhe tram.' 3 BIG DAYS

weiKPTI ing assignment. a lit Miami early this I


CONGRA TULA TIONS The MI-ITS regular: monthly meeting OPEN DAILY 10 TO 10 SUNDAY 12 TO 6

of the Hone Sound lemcnlary
School l Parent Teacher Assotia-
lion will be held Ihursday.. Feb.
:W in the school cafeteria Hostsses I.

Thomas E. Sylvester the.Irs.meeting(for nl the Cavunaiigh are social Mrs hour and James lo Mn follow Holt, A., BIG STORE WIDE SALE EVERY DAY

I. Duhhcrly Mrs Ruth ShepherdIs


arc proud to have taken part in the constructionof .1 I lobe CAMPOUTI Sound>> Boy Scout Troop BAR-B-Q CHICKEN IN THE BASKET WITH SALAD FOR lOc!

this fine home. will hold Us first t
new troop camp-
out this weekend at the Sang Yick
Farm West Hohe Sound. The
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troop will leave Friday afternoon
and return t Sunday Scouts eligi-
"The Manilla" ile are Bobby Kelsey, Donald FREE FREE PEPSI.COLA
iarkhcimcr, Mino Dcludos, 11m.my -
Graham Mike, Graham Tom. ,
my Kcmpf. Steven Kraft Paul I
Larsen Tommy Lee David Meuen 3 Ibs. BANANAS Carton of 6
Palm (' Charles Murfm, Butch l 1 0
City PlumbingPALM Schneider, Billy Schultz and under plus deposit C
the leadership of Kelsey

and The George troop meets Kempf.very Wednesday If you guess the weight With Fill-Up of Farmer's

CITY AT 7-1774 night at the Hone Sound Civic 42i
Center from 7 to 8:30, with Scout within 1 Market Quality Gasoline
masters Philip Algotfim and Dale oz.


1 ----OVER 500 FREE PRIZES- --r-



of/ the Prizes Your Weight in Silver Dollars-1 per pound. Stereo Con. -:

& .R.Wr* sole. 3-Day All.Expense Paid Trip to Nassau on S. S. Florida. Keystone t 8-mm :

Plus 490 Other Prizes.
Movie Camera. 12 Cooked Turkeys.

Drawings Take Place Saturday. Starting at 1 P.M.

I you're after a ear with; some life to it, there's only one thing to do. Be my guest

rm to find, you know. Just took for me at your Buick dealer's, during his Sports Cor Rally. While yw
Unit for me, you can drive one of his sport models-a Wildcat, maybe, or a Skylark. Or even a Riviera. In
fact, you con drive oil three. That's what the Buick Sports Car Rally is all about. (What a way to start aNew
Year!) If I don't show up, you can talk price. That's even more pleasant than conversation with ma
'ou'U. see. Once you get your hands on a Buick, you won't miss me a bit Really,, See the Famous Free Parking for 20,000 Cars a Day. Stroll the

'4 ', HEIDI i/i fier FLOYD Miracle I Aisle I over 1 1,000 f feet I long with 1 1,000TRAPEZE

'..,:,. ACT miles of General Merchandise All Offered at

2 Acts Daily, .
** TmJ..la...1 bst*toy/to JOIL -
s. year.. Quilt Buck DM* \to OwbH ft
AMITY BUICK-PONTIAC INC. Thurs., Fri., and Sat. Discount. Come See ...




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8-ATHE STUART (Tla} NEWS ThuivJn). Hhniar, 20, 164 The Thursday Pinochle Club Mrs Benjamin Wentworth, who
met at Cements Hall with nine has spent Rome time with Mrs. OPEN
tables playing Mn Orr Campbell Myrt Huntington has gone to visit THURS.-FRI. E: Eii: E.SATURDAY: WEEKDAYS'
and Mrs. Mathcs were prizewinners her titter, Dr. Reay.
I Ocean Breeze Park News STUART
: Mrs. Jayne Manchester has had 9 A.M. 9 PAL

Mrs Rosy Enfkld, Correspondent Dr and Mrs Thomas Moore a friend from northern Pennsylvania SHOPPING NII .

z.___ ,_ .''w ."..-..... .., ... -..,,,-._ ,I from the New Pulliam England mobile have home purchased and- visiting her for several days. SUNDAYS
will make it their winter home. I The Friday Duplicate Club had
Mr. and Mn. Lloyd Sanders Enftcld Sue Bessemer< and Rcma ten tables in Clement Hall. VISCOUNT STORES 9 A.1tL 6 UL
have returned from a visit to Sur- Sackett. Mr and Mrs. Louis Klein have Q.-tlly 'ighls Reservedinferior
asota and central Florida. had! their son, Robert Klein from The Tuesday Night Bridge Club
Master Sergeant: Rodcriqne I : Lewis : Akron Ohio, visiting them. (four couples) played at Mr. and ---- -----
Mr. and Mrs. Newell Pereira and his wife and son have returned Mrs. Teals' home. Refreshmentswere
from Cocoa Beach spent Wednesday to the Air Force HUM at Mrs. Stella Olinger from Fifth served later in the evening. ''''' M
with their aunt, Mrs. limy IJIythcsvillc/ Ark., after a visit Street and Mrs. Trudy Gordonhad The prize wnmers were Mr and r iiIi1
Miller. here with his parents. a party Friday afternoon at Mrs. Cadwell.Mr. ). Big 16-oz.
Mrs. Gordon and six tables played VE .
Mr. and Mr Victor Gray from Mrs Ruth Osbornc and Mrs. cards. A Valentine motif was and Mn. Charles Cline are .. : ..
Rochester, Mich have returnedto Frank Clancy were hostesses for used in decorations and refreshments out again after injuries received : 4 Can \, I
their home after a visit with four tables of pinochle Wednesday Prizes were won by Carrie from plaster board falling on them <'x Ji .. I ,
her father, M. Nunn. Dessert was served. The winners Teal, Thelma Cadwcll, Myrt Huntington from a passing truck on Roosevelt II ',' I
were Eva Huffman Marie Clara Seal Eloise Hoyt bridge. tINGmSII
Mr. Brooks and James Dickin-
Tweed and McGammon. -- '
Marge Marie Tweed, e' ''
Gladys McLardy EnamelFreon
son were entered as emergency Willis Tanner is able to be out Top quality PVA applies Spray
patients in Martin Memorial Hos- Mr. and Mrs. I Lloyd Lawson Nellie Cook and Myrtle Cook after a ten days' illness. smoothly and
pital Wednesday night entertained Sundry evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parker from I
dessert and three Lihlcs of cards Fairfield, Iowa visited Mr. and Dave Wooslcy has returned to quickly with brush or "Extended Pres.sure"
Last week Mrs. Tom
Clancy'sname his home after a stay in Martin
was Inadvertently omitted Mr. and Mrs. Ralph llaldtman Mrs. Teal on Almond Street On Memorial Hospital roller; no messy clean propellent guar
at one of the guests at Mrs. Music entertained two tables of bridge Sunday they joined a party of anteed to to the
friend at Mr. and Mrs. E. Chng- up problems. It's quick spray
Tweed's luncheon at the Yacht Sunday evening. Refreshmentswere Mrs. Ethel Osbornc Is doing
Club in Port Salerno. served Mrs. Sthammcrhorn! hans in Delray Beach. The Cling- nicely and is expected: home in a 'I! TROPIC drying, odorless and last drop. Dries to a
won the traveling prize. huns are former visitors to Ocean short time from the hospital.
Mr and Mrs. William Duchac Breeze Park. non-toxic. Easy-to-use hard, satiny smooth fin
from Middliton, Ohio have arrived Mrs Ernest Standish had a coffee A ish. Full of decor.
for the rest t of the season at hour for Mrs Rodnquc Lewis Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Parker, CIRCUIT COURF ,, e Ve tinting colors produce range
their cabana on Pepper Street Mn Sterling Raymond and six other Marsh illton I Del, and Mr, and Southern Title Research Company t' beautlfuldeeorator ator colors.
guests from the park. Mrs. John Oliver from Somers vs Jimmie King, a/k/a Jim 1
Mr. and Mn Gerard Morin Point N. J, have been visiting my King, his wife, and Howard shades.
and family from Laconia, N. H. Mr and Mrs. E. Burnette and Mr. and Mrs George H. Jester Miller; complaint to quiet title; : ,. '
are guests of Mrs. Charles Lord son from thirlotle N (', have on Oak Street as have Mr. and Johnson and Heller. ,11
i iat
(kin visiting her aunt and uncle Mrs. Lawrence J. Burr from LaFayette Lima T. Knight vs Archie C. C Compare
Mrs. Victor Suikctt entertained
Mr and Mrs Robert Seal Hills White
her bridge club at the home of Knight, divorce, Elton H. Schwarz. $1.49
Mrs, Ray Scammerhorn Monday I I Mrs Blanche Miksch! has returned Mrs. Anne Riley has had her 0 ;
afternoon. e r home from a week's visit sister, Mn Gladys Goins from Black is reported to be the most
served and the winners crewReo ;I with friends in fort Pierce Pittsburgh. visiting her popular color with the Italians. ONE GALLON i
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.tt" < w' ,'r 4 __ Mr. and! Mrs. Theodore Bitzkowdu. Barbara and t\\j grandchildren. ed to make. a financial \\IC"SSf Mr. and Mrs Melcom Rogers CLIFTON BOWNDS JR. THE STUARt (Florida) NEWS:

i, Coral Gardens formerly Brenda Sue and Angela. Mr Frank. the spaghetti supper held on Saturday was a piano. She is planning on ON USS MLREDmi Thursday, February 20 1964 I ji

INDIANTOWN NEWSBARBARA I of Indiantown, are the parrots ofa lin, their daddy will arrive soon Fob 8, studying music.. There were nineteen I Clifton V. Bowmh Jr.. fireman

daughter. from W'arrenton...Va Mr. Cameron James Gate of Nassau N Y guests apprentice USN. son of Mr. and The Holy Crow Toad live in

SNIDER, Correspondent Phone 597-2465 Mrs. W. L. Beach has returnedto is employed rn. Big Chief Construction and Furl Jones of Schoduch. N. Y. Johnny Mancha I is )sporting a Mrs. Clifton V. Bownds Sr. of the scmidesert of Central Australia
--- --- ----- cabin cruiser Jensen Beach 1 Feb. When the toad stores water
her home after being a Company are vacationing here for a couple new twenty-six-foot departed on it rains
Hospital of -.--- H from aboard the des in its in it bur
at Everglades Memorial weeks and are 1 the house guestsof Mj\port body; drought
Mrs. Famel) Gives adult advisor; P. L. Hmson in Puhokee the past few days. Mr. and MfJ,>I1n Adriance. Mr, und I Mrs' David Gale Sorofttimists Give timer I'SS' Meredith for a tour rows into mud. Aborigines sometimes
Car wishers includes!: David made an t'mergcl1CY to Binghamton of the drink of
Church trip Jug with Sixth Fleet to get a life-saving
20 AcresThe Howard Tom Wright Bud Slay Mrs O Campbell of Jackson N. Y. to be with Mrs Mr. and M..... Ray South, formerly Aid to Center for the Mediterranean .trcs water by squeezing a toad.
Randy Hicks, Johnny Marietta and Avenue has as winter guests Adriance's mother Mrs. Mablc. of St. Lucio Acres with their Care Children -- --
has Holy Cross Mission Church Robert Snipe.DIRECTOR. Mr and Mrs Frank Howe and son, Stanley, who underwent surgery five daughters have returned to
received a gift of twenty acres Richardof Marietta Ga., where
Newport Vt he is
of land from Mrs S R Fame! In Stephen Jones son of Mr and now A donation of $H has been
RESIGNED: employed at the Lockheed: Air- Now 3 To Serve Your Beauty Needs!
1960 Mrs Famcl made! the found Mr and Mrs Jack Dodge hada Mrs. Paul Jones State Road 710. craft plmthvl made by the Soroptimist t Club ol
ing of the Holy Cross Church possible Civil Defense\ Director WilliamS. surprise visit from his brother, celebrated his urtccnth birthday I Stuart to the United Church \Vorn
through a gift of the church Lowther of Zone 5, resigned Albert Dodge, of Forked Riser, on Tuesday Feh 11 (' Sum, West Palm I Beach en of Martin County for the 1 Little: ,.,-.. .- '""
building located on Second Streetin Feb. 8. "due to irregular schcdu N. secretarydreasurcr: : j of the South i Dixie Child Care Center, in support ;:lJ
Indiantown in working hours." J.Mr Mr. and Mrs Quentin Varnes Florida Youth (onsirvation (. of the center for children.
and Mrs. Harold Wilder and daughter Susan of St Lucia amp.spoke mothers. .
Kiwanis working
to Feh
On Wednesday. Feb. 5 she I 12:! Guests J
to Bishop Coleman F. Carroll presented DOUGHNUT SUE and Mr and Mrs Richard Chad- Acres, are spending/ a few days from Stuart were Toward Clay. Members have also been askedto .
wick and families attended a buffet visiting relatives III Frostproof and contribute articles of furniture
The Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary tuxllewski.
the deed for the twenty acres. Lloyd> Chase! ;
Member of the parish joined of Indiantown held a very supper following the christen Avon Park. Marvin Keller Also atten"ingt're and rugs for use at the center f
Rev. successful ing of the daughter of Ted and (ins Hofer, Joe Kalmia from 'hi- A program meeting will he heldat
Father Francis X Fenech doughnut( sale Saturday, Barbara Bitzkowski Coral Gar- Mrs. Esther tones. mother of : :
at the Yacht Club
in Feb 10 Swam Lucas from Richmond,
a special thanksgiving prayer Sirs Ethel Stoni of St L u c i eAcres calls! H. ,
for Mrs Famcl V.I.i and Max Thomas from In- Feb :20! Mrs Lillian inton pro'gram
generous gift. dens.Mr. arrived from Dothun At i. .
chairman, will I Sirs.Cccia
B.\S I'B.\LL GROUP and Mrs. Carl Encson attended Saturday to spend. the winter i diantown :: Mae Greene: who present: will: showslides
Kmus: the dressers'show
recent hair months.
Miss Susan! Ellen Rogers had made during an overseas ,
SILL RODEO: EnS I The Indiantown Youth Baseball. in Fort Pierce her eighth/ birthday Thurs vacation Framed guests will he
Mr. and MfI lawaync I Stewartof party J. ....
Business and Professional Women Association needs coaches managers Mr and Mrs Lee Petermin and Fort Laulerd.deoere guests of d.Ireb.. n. ut her home Herpresent the five members who have birthdays .I ...

met at their clubhouse at the umpires scorekeepers anda daughter Linda have returned the Carl Snyder Jr family Fib from her mother and dad:_ in l'c ruliry. "
rodeo board of directors For those ,
howl to make final plans for '
from a stay in Albany, Ga. While 1112. after which the Stewarts .
the rodeo.. Tickets for the rodeo, interested there will be a meeting : 1
Fcb 22.21, niiiy be purchased at held Tuesday Feb. :25! at the Seminole first there birthday little Linda on Feb.observed 7 with her her made a visit to Big Pine Key NO INCOME TAX WORRIES! 1 i

the rodeo bowl row between 8 Inn at 7:30: p.inIMUGIIIrR grandparents sharing her first i Mr. and MrI I con Ycilding.Okeechobsr .M. .$1 i

a.m. and 5 p.m. every day birthday cake. Mr Peterniin is em- were dinner guests at Contact: \
BORN ployed at Pratt & Whitney and the home of Mr. und Mrs Curl
CIVIC (nUB' MEMBERS:: Airman First Class Timothy they reside at St Lucie Acres. Snyder Jr. Indnntown, on Fib tyS; lQQ\
10 WORK AT RODEO: and Mrs La Flanboise of Maxwc 9. They attended the deification ALICE C. SMITH ;
Civic Club members will workat Air Force Base, Ala. are the Mr. and Sirs Alva M>'crs of of the new Mirtin County High
Orlando and Warren. I Ind. were School with the SnyderSir.. .
the rodeo this year. On behalfof parents of a daughter weighing >
the Civic Club members will seven pounds and twelve ounces guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard I Yeildmg/ i is (the elementary prinu- I LICENSED TAX CONSULTANT LOIS KRISIOEELR.1LN Open Monday 20 E. OCEAN BLVD.
donate. their time and in return born Jan 30 Ruse of St. Lucie Acres. pal and Mrs Voiding teaches: in I
I the high school in Okeechotxc AT 7-0408 MIX WALTON
the Civic Club will receive pay for Clyde Cameron of St. Lucie
each member turning out to work BRO"'ME1): GIRLb'OUI' Acres had as a surprise for his i The First Methodist Church of OR \\RIIl4 BOX 336, PORT SALERNO: IIARIDV PAULINE tGNthru: Saturday PIIONE 287-1453

I It is expected that the Civic Club GROUPS BUSY! birthday a visit from his daughter I Indiantown thinks all Mho help i
i will realize around $200 from this -
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'I The girls of the Brownie Troop --- -- --
proJect. met Monday. Feb 10 and made
In the absence of President P. sachet hearts for their Mother's
L. Hmson Vice President Roy Day project Refreshments were
Hoover conducted t the meeting served by Mrs, Myers
Monday night Feb. 10.
On Wednesday. Feb. *. the
At the recent bake sale $87 was
: Junior Troop of Girl Scouts coin.
realized. It announced that the
pletcd work on their patrol flips.. .
building payments are now up to ,,' ,
On Wednesday Feb. 12 the girls
date ,.
made.. cookies for their investiture 7a
The Teen Club aged thirteento : '. ,.:
service to be held I Wednesday, /
nineteen, was given permission ,} S," .'"'' '" ... ) .
Feb. :26! ; H "
to use the Civil Club building for Sl ,. I yas' :, : : ...
an indefinite probitionary period. The Cadelte Cm I Scout Troop .'. ,
; .
saw. a performance by the Orderof .I
I (the Arrow an honorary : .. .'
\OU1IIS! W\SII! CARS group ,,' .i
FOR CIHRIrR CVSII! of Boy Scouts, Thursday evening, ,.' .' ," 'p
: Feb. 13. : \ ,
The Indiantown Youth Conservation On Saturday morning Feb 1 15,1!

Club has been trying to two Cadetlc representative' attended I ,
raise funds to obtain a charter a Cadette bUllion i in
and to promote general improvement West Palm Beach. Caddie leaders -
and beautification of Indian- and district eonultJnt0111
town.One meet with the field director Mrs R
of their efforts was a carwash hinge Wolverton, on Monday eve.
held Saturday Fch 8, A t total fling, Fcb 24BASKETBALL.
of nine vehicles. including boats.
were washed and SIP I( was realized. : M.ORKS
The charter fee is $12,
J The scores of games played in
The oft ice" are president. Bud
Slay: vice president Randy. Hickstreasurer ; Indiuntown Basketball League were
as follows: Lakers 37, Royals 33: "
Morris Waldron, and
Lukas 14 Hawks 13; Royals 22, .. .
ty Celtics 20. II

The leading scorers were, Royals I
I Mike Ciilliam. :58 point; .'

( 1 Hawks, Paul Biesecker, 3J points; I : .. .- lIP .-- \"o1l'.
I II .
Iakcrs.VaJe: liarnhill 48 point; vgrF -
Hawks Rodney Besaw 36 point;; : i
I Royals Ricky Barficld. 34 point.
, The official league standings art

Lakers won 6. lost 0; Royals, 4.2;
Hawks, 1-5; Celtics, 04.
&g' .r.rs .-
Mr. and Mrs Paul Jones would
IF YOU COULD I like i friends of their son Bobby 'j

ONLY HIBERNATE to drop him a line. His address I
i is Robert Edward Jones. '
Sleeping all winter down on would ill- SR 711-811-19. Company 31, 23r b1 u'fa ( i iI
nail and accident, but Battalion( U,S.N.P.t., Great Lakes, ,
j moat of ui choose more III./ I ,
conventional means of I
protection. We recommend Mr. and Mrs Frank Prevail '."/
particularly Etna and daughter Juanell, spent the
I Life new economical weekend with Mr. Prevails mother -
protection plan which in Belle Glade.
covers hospital, surgicaland
major medical.. Linda Higby spent the weekend ti
ifs "
penses And! it's guaranteed visiting her sister, Elaine Mrs oaJy : ? a4'
1 renewable for life Pete Gavalas. In West Palm Beach

R. V.Johnson Mr and Mrs Robert Price or
State Road 710 had 1 as their guests,

Mrs Prices cousins. Miss Charlotte
Mrs Federal
J Building Brown and Kenneth Brown from
A r 1.3366 Marmora N. J.
Realtor and Insurance
Mr and Mrs Paul. Scifker hadas
/cm MSUW.TY weekend guests Mr and Mr .
i axe suMTf COMPWIT John McManus and sons, Jack 1 fW''.a. ", I
coNHECTiciir >
Murrron. t
I j and Jim of Pompano Beach, and ". H"',.. -
Richard Clark of Fort Lauderdale.

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I"" MlRILfc UHIIMAN, <' rrevpendeet AT 7-1760 Ladies NightThe 1)), MARGE ('AR'I| \\

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next Lion Club ladies Mrs Hester\ Randall i ml j h,r
has been set for Wednesday. Mr and Mrs. H ; ,
j night guests o!,!n ?"i
April Is Kids'DayAt March 18. at Seymour' Inn Columbia S. C. Mrs Ruth \1|
This illI/ regular event of the ler Mrs Stella Griffcn IInli1"|".,
Jensen Beach club and the president Irene 510\\\<0111, journcd to Ban \
James Dean has! named the lust week where they met Mr' 111.1|
i HallThe following committee to promote Mrs Charles Stewart. Ther, .>.
the affair: William Weiss, chair ceeded to Tampa by train!! 111.1<
man Dean. WalJaca Gardner William there viewed the Gaspanllo pat ".
I langford Hall Park Associudon Bring cameras to take picturesof Larson, Ed Schmidt Ted the Florida Stale Fair'. ll"1 ,I I
has been fortunate in having >our youngsters on the ele- Miller and Homer Archam cault. their return to Bartow thcii I Iwith II,d|
Kids, Day included in the !%4vilIlltlon I phiints; then .show them how to Another project planned .hy the Mrs Nana Murphy sistu, ,'I i
schedule of one of the operate the "Brownie.." for you'll lions Club 1 is a Gas-O! Rama, Mrs. Stewart, after which the I,.
official' yotilh programs I probably be next, in line to climb which will he held on Saturday turned to Stuart. Mr and11,
The date has been set for April aboard when the safari leader March 28 at Chick's Service Station Charles: Stewart returned the i! i.
2 starling 2.1(1: () p.m. Kid Day ha sheen I calls. 820) Highway 707 at the lowing day, after a months .i i
selected for what i is promised I See all of you on Kid Day. corner of Palmer. Road. Chairman with Mrs Murphy I
I l Local merchants being con- of the das-O Rama is Gardner
by) Merton D. Chase chairman are
with Dean as co-chairman They I Mr and Mrs Charles H '","\
of Elaine Avenue. to he a veril,ibl< tacted and the sale of ticket
vi volunteers to man the of Ocean City N. J.. Mr
!s request "nil' i iMrs
Fantasy of Fun" for the children is now going: on.
pumps from 7 a.m. to closing time. .. Robert Davis of Flmcr N I
i of( this -
community PLAN DINNFR Mr. and Mrs. James (lark ,"t i iRndgelon
The entertainment! p r o g r a 01 PERSONALS: N. J., and Mr 111.1\
planned! in free to all with thrilling) The Men's Brotherhood of the Mrs Hubert ltls of Winter H.II-.
I i I nigh.acts hy the aerialists a youth Jensen Beach Community Churchis Mrs. Naomi Avril of Erie Pa.. en were guests of Mr. and Mr
Thru Sun. Feb. 23 champion trampoline artist, i II sponsoring a turkey or ham dinner arrived! on Monday to spend nn Claude Hilcs during the p i
high-diving dog and performing I on Tuesday Feb. 25 Keep this indefinite vacation with her sister
animals. These include a pony; claw open and contact any member Mrs Myrtle Whitman of Coco weekMr
_: 7i!,_'. ._ drill and one of the nation s fin for ticket. nut Road. and Mrs Merrill( Wmehn i
est elephant acts Prominent in the ner of Melbourne were in i h "
elephant, group is j Americas lirg i SILVFR TF.'A'PL NSFD Mr. and Mrs. James J. Clc- park last. Thursday visiting; wih
est. weighing c I o s e U> I II.HOO() land of Washington Pa., are a number of their old aCtl"1l1l1 i ianccs
Royal Ice Cream pounds and trailing along behind An important date for the ladies spending the season as IIUeat' .
will be March It), when
: "' Tuesday :
I ID little "Jewel, the teen-age elephant the Coquina Collage Also reentered -
thai does the twist Pcimuls the Ladies Aid Circle of the Com- for the month of February Mr. and Mrs Cdinond Mitch' \'II
I cotton candy and snow cones lend I, mumly Church will hold a silver are Mr. and Mrs John Ivey ot' of Yonkers N. Y. were callu"
HALF GALLON : atmosphere and the committee will tea and fashion show starting at 2 Port Dover, Ontario, Canada and I at the home of Mr. and Mrs I ,",
man the hot dog and cold' drink p.m. The I public is invited Mr. and Mrs Manning Black of I Tom pk ins.

1 Sim up on your favorite I stands. I To Meet Issue, Md. I We are pleased to welcome h sic t
SW fie RSAIE flavors now and There ill no admission for Kids' I Deanery Mrs Robert MacMillen of Arch the Charles COlilans.ho, h.iI",
20c on mid dr. Day at 1 angford Hall Park The I I The spring meeting, of the Palm Heights is recuperating at home I returned from a month stan
IIclou half Kiillon.& But afternoon and evening communi- Beach Episcopal Deanery will beheld after upending nine days in the Colombia South America.
hurry for the best Million t> program circus, acts and all i n > on Wednesday. March 4 at Martin Memorial Hospital during,
,.,. "" free! Something will be going on which time she underwent were saddened to Ictm
of flavorsWe Ia J[ "lhe da-by.lhe.Sea. 0 n South major
M .
I every minute, for as an added feature of the death on Jan II'. of i
in Palm Beach.Registration surgery
there will he several miniature -I i County former winter\ resident Mrs. dens
,f I' ( reserve the right lo [ will start at 9:30: Reasoncr of .
children's rides. rides. I Michigan.Mr.
s limit quantities)l.I l. pony n.m. and must he completed at Centennial of
and as the big treat an elephant I 10( a.m. when the service of Holy and Mrs H. Moms \h-
I Reg. 99c train Communion will begin Olitstee BattleThe Comb of Poughkcepsie N. V .
-- -- I 'I I he price of the luncheon is were guests of Mr. and Mrs D. (
$1 J.I:!! and reservations for All United Daughters of the Cooper a week ago TucsdavLes
Parties Planned Saints should be made by Wednesday Confederacy will hold the Battle
I 'I Feh :26! Tables will he of Olustee Centennial observance Tompkins and Charles Butt
marked alphabetically, according in the Gator, Bowl at Jacksonville were the final winners of the Round
Palm Beach Ice Cream ForSunlandThe to cities. Contact Mrs. Max Smithat Saturday Feb. 22. Rohm Shuffleboard Tournament
AT 7-2358 Festivities will begin with /a parade which was completed last Ihiirv
I! The Rev. Samuel Van Culin Jr. at I II I am, at 12:30: pm a day
HALF GALLON Sunland Sewing Group of will address the barbecue for out-of-town '.' '' ,' .
: meeting, guests '' ''Ri I '-"jlt
the Jensen Beach Women Assoelation
will be held in the Gator Bowl a
i I ;
will hold Us fourth t annual i SPONSOR BK'E SUE CARD OF HUNKS
sham battle will follow.
Trent yourself to the. premium lit cream benefit dessert card party on '
All Saint's Guild will Selection of Miss Olustee and
Palm Drub Ice Cream. You can enjoy the usual Wednesday March 4 at I p.m. I sponsora \Ve wish to express! our sincere
9 hake sale at Jensen Beach Bankbuilding her court will take place in the
superior quality( of these lie creams' and it "too 9 Two parties will be held at the I on Saturday March 7. ballroom of the George Washington thanks to all the friends and neigh.hots -
(good| to mass price" same lime, one ut the clubhouseon I I Mrs A. J. Mace and Mrs. W. Hotel at 8 p.m. with the grand who have helped and comforted -
tIg CrxEAM Al A and one ut the community Hewitt will be co-chairmen hall starting at 9. us in our recent sorrow.
Reg. $1.29 d center. Donations will he $1 and I Sunday Feb 23 at 3 p.m., a
there will\ he numerous door prizes I Women's Association memorial service for the blue and Mrs Robert Cairns and
(We reserve (lie right lo limit quunlllks). 1 as well as table prizes. (There will gray at Oakland Cemetery Lake Daughters
be duplicate door prizes at each I Taking City.
location) I 'V >,
Beach Women's Associ --
The funds obtained from! this'

benefit material will which be i is used made to into purchase much-'I with alien approximately:met" on Monday eighty Feb members 17- Where this emblem U displayed, you are

ICE MILK \ needed articles for the center Last and guests present assured of the finest insurance
Reports on the tuzaar of Feb. service
year these industrious women provided I .
4cHALF I, 1,94ft garments and stalled' successful S were given affair, indicating a most in the land.

toysThe Reservations are being taken
GALLONS Sunland Center for Retarded for the luncheon-card party set for
II Children is located in Orlando Tuesday Feb 25. Call Mrs. Marie -
and cares for 700 children. Reservations I Miller I\t AT 74943.
There are fewer calorie* In each tasty blleful and plenty of flavor! for this party may be Mrs Grace Lewis was in charge
/ Save on calories and MONEY: during thin Red Tag Sale and |get! a tamed from Mrs Edwin Miller oh-I of refreshments assisted by Mrs
half gallon of Ice Milk. Available' bi vanilla' chocolate, straw berry AT 7-4941 Mrs. Wartin Wahl Ruby Robinson and Mrs. Cecil
and coffee flavors.' at AT 7-0128( : Smith; Mrs Smith substituted for
Reg. 69c Mrs Madelame Lillie who had I
EACH WWl Organizations heen culled! out of town due to
(We reserve the right"' to limit quantities). illness in the family.Mr. .
Plan Busy Weekend

II and Mrs Virgil Wilson of
Members of World War I Auxiliary Wilda Avenue had as their house
No 854 have a busy week [guests recently Mr. Wilson's) niece, W. B. TILTONSince
end scheduled beginning with aI I Mrs. Carol Ann Timm: Mr. and
card party at the community center Mrs. Gerhardt Timm of Wood-
SHERBET on Thursday afternoon at I f lake Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. 1921INSURANCE
c p.m. Mrs. Ruth Hall und Mrs W alter GeistfeU of Woodlake. The
ricanor Diffcndil.. are acting as II group: stopped in Jensen Beach en
co-chairmen of the party, and the route to Miami from where Carol
HALF GALLONSThe 69 white elephant table will be under I Ann Pew to Puerto Rico to spendtwo AGENCYJENSEN
I the supervision 0 f Mrs Laura weeks with her husband, who BEACH
Duryea. I i is stationed at the San Juan Marine AT 1.1411
On Friday evening Feb 21. the Base

will _..... _. .. .. .
Ideal light, refreshing dessert treat! herhetpilllMI'! In an Barrack and Auxiliary join -- -- -
assortment of lusilmm, true fruit flavors.' for a politick supper and social I ]KmAmTffiA WWWW mA m ffiffih M U A
II evening: at the community
(We reserve' the rlILIII!| to limit quantities!). Reg. 99c On Sunday Teh 21. the ct'nler'j r
organizations will be hosts at a
meeting of District 2, starting at 3
1 p.m. in the community center FIRST 1
The joint session will he followed -
by separate meetings of the

FUDGE NUT ces Barracks Henry and District Auxiliary 2 Mrs president Fran- 1'I

c will conduct the meeting after
which: refreshments will be servedto 3 MORTGAGE I
nil members and guests.
79 Mrs O/clla Zink i is in charge
| Ice Cream ROLL of refreshments and will he assisted -
by Mrs. Alma Shotwell and
Mr. Laura Duryea I I IS
Several member of Barracksand CORP. I
The hostesVs. delight Just I Mice and serve. You'll love the flavorof Auxiliary attended the recent {

creamy vanilla ke cream of thick fudge and cmnchy mils! installation of officer of the Fort
Pierce Barracks, held at the Port
(Me reserve (he right to limit quantities). Reg. 99c St. Lucie Country Club on Feb. 13.
During the social hour which OF STUART
followed the group sang "happy
Besf SelectionDAIRY anniversary" to Helen and Al Per
Per i
guson who were celebrating\ thir- j;
of wedded bliss
ty-two yean

Available from ALFARBOUTWELL Tommy Wood entertain
your ed at a dessert card party Saturday' 5 QUARTERLY

Milkman or South afternoon. Arch at Street.her home at 109 = 0 }

from these fine ALFARBOUTWELL Guests attending were* M r I.
Sara Hoadlev, Mrs Colin Urqu- i:
1 Ice Cream hart Mrs. Roy Hcppe Miss Zil- 1 I
lah Rhoads. Met Margaret: Moran '-

Dealers Mrs Richard Taylor Mrs. I ON INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES
INC. Marguerite Forbeau Mrs Emily g
SIUART R. Ewing, Mrs Frank Rausch
O HOSE SOUND SALFRNOO'Connor's Mr*. Jane Manchester, Mrs. WilLiam I g FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY
Stuart Drugs Wen*. Mrs. Frances Hub-
Nutmeg SundriesU.S. FORT PIIRCF bell. Mrs. James Price Mrs. Joseph I |f East Ocean Blvd. Across from the Courthouse in Stuart s
No. 1 Mrs. : ?
Sundries Sorrel), Mrs John Corliss,
Henry's Western Market Carrie T eU\ Mrs. Florence Tien-I | ATlantic 74)122) g
St. Onge Market IliRhway 1121 A venue D ken. Mrs. Charley Schaffer Mrs. I

AlA HlKhway Country Store JUPITER: "'If.t Mrs Bob Seal.Ray Huntmgton.Met Stella Mrs.Ol\in\ Waiter er-, 3 Corner Atlantic Ave and Indian River Drive in Ft. Pierce *?

AlA Highway Jupiter Sundries J-/1' *. (f Scott and Mrs. Ut D Duck itMrs. c HOward 1-3160 |?
Center St and Old Dixie r'f Duckal of Merchantville,

CALL STUART AT 7-2464 for regular Home Delivery Wood N. J, I is for. a an house indefinite! ucst stay.of the J 1943 20th Street JO 2.2300 Vero Beach P t

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PHUTE'S con;
t 4BT E STUART (Tb) NEWS Thuisdm. Ftbniar 20, 1964 i class is a i culmination of all previous Chamber Southern Methodists I
------------------ clll.Oto: understand, and RequestsList George Robinson
I apply Auxiliary Don't Forget Silier Tea v.\\' ihlIrTn'Q
Hold '
I To
what they have learned; the of Rentals I of the all-male Valem m
s 1)1',
"whys", of things, letter. Sentence writing, world structure Holds PartyAt The Chamber Circle ot the Southern. I commute Thursday the oleo
PORT SALERNO NEWS poetry of Commerce met Friday'sFish Meffl held 'ib meeting
Church I cupid by
played barbecuing
geography and more detailed arithmetic at the firehouse" on Thursday at Fcb ]10 at Mrs, \le'lk
are uiughtStiegler 8pm. The order of business on Monday and roasting corn for the
!MRS. VICKY PROSK Correspondent AT 7-2083 Firehouse was Bowcns home. Mrs Bcwcn lade'
discussion! of the brochures that Fry Keith the study of This was followed by 'II' elenln'
have been ordered and are ready led the group in of games g

Heads Ijisl< Wednesday evening at the for printing, These brochures will U is hoped there will a good Mark I II I. voted to give a May Tingley was basics
Teachers To PTA go out to all of the llIlbefi The member
Explain firehouso the held parts country for the fry t
Pioneer ClubThe Auxiliary a and many will be placed in the turnout donation of $50 toward the hui d Mondiyt< Hobby Club |PI.m| ?\erE
card party to raise! funds to tile Florida of the Port Salerno ElementaryParent the Sunday school. made for the Pirate Hohhsh
the !>C.Commisiioner Teacher Association to beheld Van"erc hold a silver. early in March. w
Functions of Their meeting-room floor nude to
GradeI I Pioneer Club held an elec Jack Saunderson Friday, Feb 21 at the civic Methoelist
I I lion of f officers at j its Horseshoe The room was attractively decorated was present and spoke regarding center tea at the Southern Tuesday Visitors included Mr .'Ild1"i | \,

At the February meeting of the work on .t foreign language pro Point t clubhouse on Tuesday, Feb. with a Valentine theme car the admission charges for Sind The members of the PTA will Church grounds on. proceeds of David McFarland fromI, \\ e",t
Port Salerno Elementary School gram to develop the pupils' ability 11. ncd out even to the cakes served sprit Park He said that on a recent be preparing all day the menu of March 24 at 2 toward p.m. the building Chester, Pa, friends of Mr .,nj
Parent Teacher Association the to commumc ite. In This class they Installed were: President, Anton Several merchants had donated weekend $113 was reported col slaw hush puppies, fish and baked I I which will go Mrs. O H Baldwin; Mr .mJ \Jr)
teachers called learn about other countries and William I pries and these were won by Mr leclcd fund Leo LeComte, Fall River
were on to give a Sticglcr; vice president beans, home-made pies and \i..",
and Mrs C Gillitn Mrs June
brief outline of the work of each customs and develop a positive Papa; secretary. Colonel M W. Mrs Charles President Blackman requests cakes that will be ready for scrv- Mrs Mane Snngcr Mr. and Mrs A Vogellherger:
class approach to other languages Mod Hale und treasurer, H W. Miller Conrad, Mrs. Grace Gorman, people with rentals to list these\ beginning at S p.m. Bennett Mn Hazel! Knight, MM Wood+iJq N. Y.; Mr ml \h|
ing /
Principal Peterson introduced ern mathematics is taught!! to help Two directors were appointed: Ernest Mrs Bob Johnson, Mrs Elizabeth at the chamber There is no charge This is the one money-making Peggy Osborn. Mrs Vicky Pro+k, H E Tunncy Kansas (its I \0|
Sim and Mrs Ann
each teacher lo the audience, and children succeed in arithmetic. Kodcnbaugh, retiring president i- C R Vandervcen for this. project of the year so ku give it MM. Winnie Thompson Mrs Mr and Mrs. Carl Oerkin\m. r'
each gave a resume of the pur Third grade teacher Mrs Dora and Joe Kopysleeky. Table prices were won by: Maria Secretary Rogers also suggested our support Woodson and Mrs. Jo Black were Toledo, Ohio, and Mr. .md \lfI'
Mr. and Mn. Grefe. Rose I Leinweber, Roy Bais that individuals list t their names members who attended Mrs Madeline
pose of each gradeFirst thy Frink said this class teaches Attending were: Ambrose! Brown, Villas. \ j jMr
the child to be responsible for his Anthony Victor Karl Markwordt, den, Dorothy F-nu Christine Simmons and addresses' in order to help Pcdi.ri.cn was a guest t.
teachers Mrs Fran PFRSONALiMr
Oliver grade and Mrs. actions as Jails he is bu Idmg his Mrs Elliott Rue. Mrs. J, 1 I. Bloom, Dorothy Sihicski. Mrs John friends coming through town to and Mrs. V. C. (Rei)) oi
ccs said their class the Dorothy Heagy and ch trader. Stress is placed on good Mrs M. Mile, Mn, Adolph Regli!! Kopystecky. Irene Richardson. locate them more easily and Mrs. Leonard Lant of M.HS OF THE IISI1MIOL colt celebrated their fortieth \ltd.
is reading
language arch. Much use is made reading habits. Third grade .is a Mrs Joe KopyMecky and Mrs H. Mrs C. J. Morn Dolly Willcmm Den Medly was appointed vice Wcstfield, N. Y. visited with Henry ding anniversary Sunday. Rifr 'h.
of for transition to advanced learning. Miller Mrs. M Gerardi Mrs S. Hoi kos- president by the executive board Monroe last week. William Roberts and Dick Yar moots were served to thirty pti
posters illustrating current ski. Mrs Charles. Conrad, William horo from Riviera Beach caught ;' before the
Fourth Mrs. Fran Mrs Elliott Rice was imcd: At the request of the directors rates weckK hllln!
events and records and books that grade
used for teaching ccs Palm said this class does hostess of the card party on Wed Athcrholt and Margaret Kuhn il was decided to eliminate the Mr and Mrs James L. Seeker. twenty.six blues and two weakfish sing Special music was furm'hed d
are cye-cafching are great
science on a first grade level deal of map work to identify itself ncsday Feb 19 The next t card Others attending were: Mrs O coffees held on the second Thursday Jr. and children spent the weekend using cut bait and fishing j the bv Grace Dcsmarais, Sie I lone.' :
with current events. The party will be on March 4 ut the C Bennett Mrs Roy Baisden, of the month. with her mother, Mn Polly Indian River and Rita Adams
Second grade teachers Mrs Dorothy pu Coral and _
Miller Gardens an
Fritz and Mrs Ltta Pits learn to interpret their own clubhouse Mrs Toley Fngcbrctsen! Mrs. Ed I Joseph Prew and son from Miami .
.. Keith There will aunt Mrs P O Smith, Port Salerno No t two punches used h, ,, '.
I ideas and estimate answers Raman he a fish fry on Sunday Johnson Mrs Anna Baugh, Mi Home Demonstrators caught seventeen blue and r
numerals, word problems, au March 1 at I 1:30: p.m. chad Gcr irdi. Mr and Mrs Frank i Hold I four croakers using cut bait and waconductors' are the sun 1 ,,h hiy
dio visual work and! the beginning CIVIC ASS:-PLANS Mod: tern. Mrs William At her. Joint Supper Mrs Charles Gunge of Sarilo'I I fishing the InJian River registered in the rum of 1 lhe,:
Ladies..do you have of long division is taught Choral ) LOVRII holt Mr and Mrs Otto Entkson ti was a weekend guest of Be.a conductor who uses it
DISH SUPPERPort On Thursday the Palm
( Bauer. Mrs Helen evening Whiuker and Howard
Richardson Clarence
reading between teacher and pupils Regli. Mrs Gange livin Minneapolis -
a knuckle problem is begun The first year of encyclopedia Salerno Civic Associationwill Mrs. Kay Paul C J. Norris, Mrs Citv and Port Salerno Home Demonstralion in the summer with her husband Bcndit from Baltimore Md. caught ttotwu'n eAtt
research is started hold its covered dish supper Russ Shier Mr. Wilbert Carr clubs held a joint cov and ninety.year-old father, ninety-three blues using cut bait
with rings? Fifth grade teacher Rae Warn on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the civic Mr and Mrs Stan Honkoski, Mr. erect total I dish supper, at the agncul! L. M Gray. fi+hing the Sun Parlor area. r
center Members and guests arc and Mrs. I Frank Rodenhau h, Mrs building I
IJDTHEy'W/IS,. 1' I said this class presents a challenge, requested to bring their own service Charles: Bolt. Mrs Kathcrmc Heil Palm City played host and decorations Mr and Mrs Jack Valentine Norman Spear and friend from
AND w.1l0P' \ due to the conglomeration of at and favorite dish forth. Otto Grcfc Mrs Joseph were m keeping with the have been playing host to their Lake Worth caught eight snook
". titudcs Intelligence quotients range After supper some films will ICopysteeky and Mrs Henry Kopy Valentine theme All present hada nephew and his wife Mr and and two blues using feathered jigs
Now,end your from 51 to 127 Pupils are gradedon be shown. sleeky valentine at their setting I Mrs. Jeffrey Licnhard and their Fishing the Sun Parlor JACK'S GULFSTATION
trouble withFINGERflT y ability, work habits, and progress There was installation of council daughter, Cheryl Mac, of Baldwin
on each level They enlarge: IWMlNS:: : AUXILIARY officers for 1964 N, Y. Mr and Mrs Harold Lewis
on association reading, grasp of 10 Mtir 1I1U D\Y MCk) MINIHONORED I: : : : Mrs Maude Miller of Palm i From the Fi+hnh)1) caught t twelve
word meaning phonetics and BY KIKIIIDU DINNER City was installed as president The Nclis Ncilscn was pleasantlysurprised ] Spani+h mackerel and six blues using All Service Guaranteed
structure Basic science experiments There will be a meeting of the first vice list Sunday whin he silver spoons !south of the inlet.
lack Valentine o f Horseshoe president was Mrs. Fred I Jack Saundenon Owner
are performed. Firemen Auxiliary this Thursday POint of honor Ncyfeler second vice 'I wan visited by Mrs Florence Bui
was at ; ,
guest a surprise president
Feb. 20 at 7:30 in the A queen bee m-a'y I lay as many AU Port Salerno AT 72021CARTER'S
I Sixth gride teacher Walter Pet p.m. birthday dinner held! in the Mrs. Florence Bullird, and assistant lord J. Strohman and Mr and
l. 0. coon explained i the work of hieHUfK'S rehouse All members are requested Mrs. Julius Huicrslcv, ut the rest as 2.000( _eggs a day .
Apenhergapartment at Mana secretary-treasurer, Mrs Ag .. -. ... .... .. .. -
to attend, tee Marina last week. nee Jenks Rev. L. J. Sharpe of I home in Lake Park -,,- -- "" ;.;:::" ,. ... ; .

iI Helping to eat the birthday cake Palm City gave the devotional .
.eAaNe.r Visiting with Mr and Mn Anthony
.. .._ l.w. MrweNGFa ( SERVICE were Mrs.. Valentine Mr. and Mrs The program, under the direction Victor of Horseshoe Point t
'' .nrn, A HINGED SHANK r Carl' Aspcnberg. Mr. and Mrs of Martha Burdine was enjoyed are their friends, Mr. and Mrs '
WITN THISI ADVANTAOIIlEtp.ndil kYur. aD.Ilwrr STANOARO M etwnle' Jack Dougl of Cape May Courthouse by all. There were songs by Andrew Minwegen from Torn of Chicago ,,
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e dim lln M Uy eVN I the aiJ :several ducts.
knuckU: .then clam,Win.Rlnc Duty N. J? and Mr and Mrs. group cornet River, N J.
tu. G..*"""Mel, Se. Charles Bruner from Baldwin,
mat a 287-9864 N Y. (]uc ting with Mr and Mrs Visiting with Mr and Mrs Ernest j Salon
Mirfra Hair
Railway St. Lmle Ave. CM .nd Dlu.l William Papa of Horseshoe Points t Rodcnbau h last week were j I Styling
WALKER'SJEWELRY Frank Taranlmo John Conte of Bayside, N. Y Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herring of
Vcro Beach,
Port Salerno He is a cousin of Pipa Otego, N. Y
Road Smite Capi. Tol.y Engebr.ts n and a friend from Pennsylvania, 7-0800 I'AT
were dinner guests of Mrs Mar Enjoying the winter season are Mrs/ C. J. Norris has come all I
Open 7 day a week Salerno Ih.. AT 7-1141 garct Day Port Salerno, recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Kopystecky I the way from Mason! Mich.. fora 38 E. OSCEOLA STUART

216 Osceola 287-0070 7 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Shipyard ATLTDTee: They Coral all Gardens visited. Mrs Polly Miller who Salerno arc staying Shores at an apartmenton Vandervcen visit with Mr and Mrs C R

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pySE ; IEI1iii' It', 11IIWo.! ESTATE. FOR SALE 90 f

IIIRIIroom house screened

,Ic,ping porch tarpon
\ plenty storage tpace Com-
plctilv/ furnished Lot 50x1)5 I ) ,

Palm Like Pirk Corner 19th and

.. _. -- Maatr .. aI..... 'T' _,- a.aaaw '" ....w. c -, aJ "I1 irk ( ours Owner Mrs Leila B.

11I1S SYMBOL FOR RENT 35 I BOUS4SFRVKKS: : 6J PLANTS & S' t\KrS 75PLANTS Rl\l: K: \ITIORS\LE 90 I Real l tale lor Sale 90 I Real F.jtiite: lor Sale 90 I IJ Virchily/ $5KH( ). tf_((9p2(

., !MEANS TIUT > .. wrrv ',,....... .. z rttr.u: w ,,, 'oW SMAI.1,-cottage-with-:carport;- $2000 ,-

,. TWO bedroom modirn unturmsh- OUTBOAK MOTORS REPAIRED Fastest growing nursery llllitre... room dunkx. turnsheuC IN Rthanu Tirme A quality DlrP "boat imhorige: w.IIertmnlhlme ). Plmsunt surroundings; do
READERS PAY TO READ cd duple in Jupiter. Newly dn I We have parts for al in Marlin County 10 acres "H,.I I ion Im">n. I irgi. lot. into linnunt home, 2 bidroom I rei I Ibnlh near inlet !Ihni hid sirahli for a handy man. Write A.

orated. Built-in electric kitchin popular makes. Can test your coil of plants Piliian Nursery, Loop I I. l\ I 1.111.1".11"1. Prued to !sxll 1 I inns CBS largo carpilid living rooms three hithn High and dr>. MiUrcn. Route 17, Knoxville,

YOUR ADS Yearly. Call 8489078 or 7463471 I and condenser Ulmer Motors, Dial Road S-76A), Palm City AT 7- Ilhs. Park) (ihle und St. 1 Lucre room. Built-in Fonnna kitchen Reason.ibli. Owner Write Box X. Tenn 2-27 ((90))

LNcfii 2-:o Hi) AT 733"Your Friendly Dodge :,I 1918- tf (?!) \unus Box 1/8. port Silirno lirge inside utility room with 30 i/o Stuart News Phone AT 7. -- -- ---CBS
fmJe hwt Dealer tf ((63) _- __ Or kill AT7IM8 I .__ !tf..fl'A (9UI( ) by 12 sirecned porch: All on :2544. If (WSMMI ))
= __ I waterfront home 2 bodroomi,
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STOP AZALEAS, l."l1elll.I Gardenias. beautifully lindscapid corner
looking. You have found I i is "
'AL lot Lucre Un No. 2 b ilhs. with
oil SI Living nx>m logs
house. gas
Dealer butrooin
AUTHORIZED Johnson For two rumvuMe -
the best I lurmshid apartmmt VARIETY P.ilim $1 and up. Must be seen to appreciitc
<. Ilirhor Estitim HH( \125Bist in fireplace, family room with
Complete Salis Service Parts. PAPAYA Mangoes information or appointment call Complitily furnished. (
Banana I
DIAL value just $)0 week for 2 or 3 ychce, .
t idler $2,<(0\). Lou Hoik wood Paneled
Good selection of Use over : decorated ,rk, IIIIh- burning fircphcc
newly -
Linens, utililcs. maid service. Free dependable ( Avocado (arimbol. Peach AT 7.335Q. tf ((90)) C-arpt(
crt 4>)40( N. F. 27 Terr, Pom walk and bruin ceilings Tcrraz- I
Motors Traine -- --- -- tv scrcinid Snila
Expert Factory mm porchin
Macadamia VISIT (
Nnl Citrus
convenient t
ATlantic 7-1550 Inquire parking at The Seven to C'II everything Mechanic. CASA RIO BOAT A Endirs Nurxn. While Cnv pinoBinh. Ma 399-0204:: tf(90)( ) NEW two bidroom! home. one file for retired couple who Mil zo floors Built-in Move and oven
Grocery :
on U S No. I, North of I MOTOR SALES, Inc 440 Rt 707 2-27 ((75) lOWtYhom -on corner lot t.31 bath, corner lot. Legion/ Heights1/ drive, Call AT 7-0812, II; (1'x)1) dishwashir. vent fan. Snack bar
To Place Your FAST SELLLNC- in Rio, AT 7-944. tf ((63)) $10990. Easytirnn. W H' Wag scuta h. Screined! patio Paved orcultr -
'i mile 2 hidroomH. I Pi bathe double
Stuart'l( ) ,. _'MI!:> +rau+.n r I ncr Co? AT 7-4880 or AT 7.1696: (XME) property 'In the heart drive 2 pumps, concrete

LOW COST WANT ADNEWS SPACIOUS FOR SALE: Complete I line i of FOR SALE Miscellaneous 78 c.irpt'rti. Ikiiutifully I 1lnlscnred'l tf ((90)) of Stuart 1 wit duplexes and one hulkhndiJ) waterfront Deep wa-
complitily Stinliss itul I all '
I Marine Supplies, Marine Paints, _ow-wt -\ ----- colt.ige airos* from M.irtnt ('(HID- ter. Attractive grounds $28, 00.
apartments in excellent residcn londitioncd. Excellent I oca IN Jensen Bitten. for sale
by own.
Owner 287 Gad !arms. Roland G Lueder
Marine Hardware fo Phone
-evervthing ty
tial neighborhood Sub-leasing pirnutted boat Whi car Boat Works, SALE: On all appltinces now at lion Appro\imatily $40H( down I er new two bedroom and three 1 :thOOI. 2.:20 (90)); Realtor 729 Colorado Ave., Stuirl -
your .
Annual lone-bedroom, reduced price, at IK miry Trading I and assume mortgiu.. Cull 287 bedroom homes H gh elevation .
2 20
Port Sewall. tf (63) -------- ---- ((90))
WANT! ADS $1200; two-bidroom, $1500 plus Center opposte Tri-County 0877 2_-27._ ((90)) Walking distmce to shopping FOR Sale High; wooded lot 100( _- -
RATE: Five cents per average utilities. Call I 287.3167 I after 5p FOR Sale 26-ft Chris Oaf Gas in Goldin (.He If 1COW (78)) ---- ---- $10900) and $I 2,900. Will like by 300 on cu nl I il I in North Rive I r OR Silo I : Wale r r mn tgo: co ua
FOR Sale I bedroom furnished
word, minimum charge per l inser .m. 35 ((35)) Cruisir Outriggers, automatic -Manure. P-TydV' $12.2- housi Terms: Close Stuart lots acreage or what have you for Shore. Joe Pcnrod. Box 242 Stuart view best location, North River .
ton $100 (for to tweetyaverage ? in down A r 7-0914 If ((90)) AT -27 (90( ) iboixs Owner 287.1637.
up bilge.I galley, head Slicp payment TJhftll J
pump yd*? $15 7'yard lo,id, $42. Also Chums AT 7 3149, cviningx. .
FOR Lease -' -- -
words) Words in ALL 3.700 sq ft building --- -- -- tfJ90)INTRACOXSTAL ( )
CAPITAL LETTERS, except firs on U. S No I. Inquire at the four Loaded with ninny 0 I her mulching hay AT 7-0979. tf (78)( ) If ((90)) LARGE builJing tots close to Inlet IHRtb bedroom I1' : bath hlme.Kruell'r -
$1600 Phone AT 7 325
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word count as two words each. Seven C'a Grocery, a little nonho I after 3:30: .m. tf ((63) HOMI-( with Income: four rent!! I Paved! slrects.! Private doikReasonabli L-stitu living room Stiiirt to FortMyxrs
p South Fork St. Lucie
[ Stuart city )mute. 2.20 ((35) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Owner Write Box X, rioridu l i room. iiirconditioikdnreencd : ,
White space above or below or units or I large unity house! 111- c/o Stuart Niws Phone AT 7. .in hock porch. large lot River front lot with boat basin.
within ad will be charged as the $4200 monthly will buy this 18 nisi lonci wale at big reduction 2549 tf 2872019 Lvtri: lurgi landscaped 2 miles
FOR Lease Restaurant with beer Lowest Prices in Florida ((90)) (all 227 CM( )
number of words (five) that could foot Thompson, 60 h.p. new Far mtoimiton, tall AT 7-03121 from U. S No I
---- --- on newly PavelIfighuxy
and wine bar U S. No.
he printed In the blank line, or 1 corner Walking on busy distance to 3 motor fully equ pped A-l I cond. GUITARS DRUMS PIANOS after 7:00 p.m._2-27 (91)( )) FOR Sail: CBS Duple fiirnishiNTabout "; ; I 4 TANID U. S No 1-:201)! )' 76 Close to new high

25 cents per line I lion Coast Guard inspected lot Iwo hlmki: from I'int Nattonal front ige. Will esl,ihlishixl will chwl Priitsl for quick salellwne .
motels and 8 other businessesVrilc ORGANS HOME located In Stuart
of extras deck chairs, fishing near Rank Terms Phone AT 75J49evinmgs Income and small home R,xwn to AT 7-1682. Ilirvey Hall,
Classified" \ Route 1, Box 88A, Stuart schools 3 hidrtx 2 hilhs
'Display ratet on >ni%
and poles, with full Canvas. tf ((90) in all tional rental
gear ) put milt or Rt 2, Box Ti 2.20 ((90)
application I la 220(35( ) EASY TERMS central airconditionmg and heating
$1. cash. or nsponsiblo -- "
part rtminrvi In good locition $ 0- -
These are cash rate. for ads can take my note over at bank (omplili sprinkler ivstimCullATTOMI 500' on U. S. No. T I withal acris (NNI.(10) ( Roland O I.n'tIer. Ri iltor I IHRIr bedroom;: ; ;, portly furnish
TWO bedroom house furnishedVery )
brought or mailed to The Stuart : I ICarporte. I Bruce S. Morse! Fishnhol Traile MORITZ PIANO CO, tf ((90) just north of Silirno Road Will 729 olondo Ave., Stuart cl (US !home in good 1 condition.
clean Electric kitchen ---- -- ----- .
News with payment If you are a Park Stuart 2-20 ((63)) 112 No 5th Street I'"R"IIN(, home. North Rivcr divide viilltnl I investment at 2 21) ((90)) United in Pilm City. Also! has
Stuart News mail subscriber; or are Call alter 2 p.m.. 287- n Pierce, Fla Ph 461-4747 Shores 1 hrcc bidrooim. two file $485H( ). M P Nilson. Realtor -- .- -- ----. -" '-- swimming' pool. For sale or will
htedlnt the Stuart telephone direc I. 0768 2 20 ((35) 18 FT. lyman Islandir, 65 horse tf ((78)) bathe. Ccntril heat ainondition. 325 E. Oil.in Blvd, Stuart, 287 I[ OR Sale by trlll1 erred owner: trade for lots or ainugc Cull 287.54fi2 .

can place ad by tile I inboard. New top side curtain 3566. 2.20 ((90)) 4 ,bedroom, I I' i ball CBS hour! tf ((90)SPAUOUS ( )
tory l aluniiiuim
you your FIREPROOF warehouse 1800&q. ing ptx> plum. awnmgrxnd _
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and bilge Perfect condi TRUSSES elastic stockings, Many extras. SIISINPalm| () Luke
phone. Dial! ATlantic 7-1550 and ft Vi mile outside city limits pump storm. sht tlirs. l.aq.'C.' shady, nE1AVLLN: keno Hlvd und the and lIterrrotome. ;;
lion T H Peters, Fishnhol knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart Park Call ). 2 27 ((4lq) lowly
lay 1 want to place a want ad at $40 a month Call Al 7.1074 2-20 ((63)) Drug Corp. tf 1'1"' uill lindscd l | lot with Hprmklin St. linn River on the I list Mile : A1JT-4290 ': 2 bulrooms. Hi t bulbs

tf (35) --_--- Furnished" or tinliirnishid of !Stuart This will touted CBS ISHINd comp iniliulmg rcslaur CHS. \\ nh the extriH thin make I

--- BOAT WANTED. Fiberglas+ out HOBBYCRAFT SUPPIIIS. Par Owner Tiliphonc 2874845 or 3 bedroom, 2 hath de I line homo I ant (> effl icier+tier "bouts. main i l lioisc a HOMLI f t ester construe

Give your mail address at FOUR BEDROOM FURNISHED board cabin cruiser, 18 to 22 ty Decoritions. Plistic PlinlsAt :2X7: -1279. tf (90( ) has cmtril bent and air condi- mud frontage and 4110'( () itirfront/ lion and nll'
well as your telephone num. HOME FOR RtNl CALL feet with head Will trade for Trees. Hanging Daskits, I lowiriV 28- -lots- in- -lilmk- --I, NorthwixxSulxlivision --- turning. Many extras like 2 rifngimton on South Pork Room for expinsu and motor go with u Cringe and

ber in your want.ad. The Stu 287-0199( tf ((35) beautiful $2.(MM) lot in Hobe Sound Millinery Supplies. Foam Rub I l.ol i.f I largo Six it hi tore you :deciJien + Must hi !sold Asking SM-< HUM work shop ana Priced at-

art News has hundreds of subdivision. Phone 546.5266. kr. Gorgeous Orcnld Novcltus, 1 trcis IxMs 2 lOt() ). $I liS'l'r pine lot your; new home I $2MMM( ) ( ). ("HI. M I'. Nilson. Ruilnr 125I Irutivily: at $2MMN( ( )' Roland
out-of-state subscribers who FOR RENT OR SALE 38 tf ((63)) Glassware. Fried M.irbli Supplies. I ST P. u. Box 395 \ I HA financing no fiminitng :. dean Illvd? Muirt 2H7.35h. d i. I unfir. ReulQtt, 729 Colorado

are your best possible prospects __ I Giftware Mosuc Kits Cut Shills' : 33904? ) CiipcCoraHi 3 19 ((90':) charge/ Roland (l. luidir, Realtor 2-20 ((90)cniloscd ) Ave. Slu irt. 2.20 ((90))
for real estate sales and 26-FT Chris Craft with 115 hp Religious Artnlis. Alligilor Gixids. 1 729 Colorado Ave. Stuiri - -- -

rentals boats help wanted, $50.000.home. On the rivet Will Chrysler Marine $)()O. Firs Straw Cits & Hats Orltwood I. FOR Sale by Owner: 4 100 ft watirfront 2..20 JW( ) M'RrtNrn po'l 1 nnd Sf LUCII RIVER frontage! on
gardening, trailers, and services take $10000 loss Can be rent house behind Arant's Nursery, off (himlli At Slyrofoam Crafts. 11 trda Ion, Hi/h I i -- -- polio with this mat 2 bulroomHi ., a point! in North River Shores.
ni Td1 UXKINO lor u bargun? Sic I both home in a nice residm The 1 best avail.idle with
Souvenirs, HundruU ot other : concrete
and rent applied toward purchase U S. No 1 I. 2 20 ((63)) II S11 nine ,a }29 a foot .
--_ items at DISCOUNT PRICtS this. St. I.lien I 1'states 3 small lial urea. City walir with extra hulkhcnJ) cliarcd high and Iced
Phone A I' 7-4133 days or -- '- --- ---- 2593. tf ((90))
,. AT7-3025 evenings. tf ((38)) 16.FT Fihcrglas boat with recon We Teach You, lomc NOW to .- -- .- bedrooms. largo timing! und living! will Not fir/ from mhoiN or lir' the pinon. who wants the
-_ ditionid Evmrude 30 hI'. motor ALGOZZINI GIFT &" CRAFTrNltR TRAilER lotn 47'Sxl50' $H area, (CBS completely furnished hopping. Only $19750. M P. I IM.,t Roland (I I iicdir! Realtor,

REGULAR CLASSIFICATIONS, NEW low price. Owner forced to 1962 trailer. $300 Can be seen .. U S No I I. Hohi down $H.14 monthly Cull: AT :inilud air coinlrt onmg: city watir I Nilson Rulior 125 I'. Hem 724' ( olondo Avi Sloan
72868 alter, h 227 ((90) Reduiid to 51.1,91NIAiw I > I Illvd. Stiiirt. 287.15fn 220 (I)"/) >-20 ((90))
(Numbers over 100 refer to dis- till Three bidroom. two bath at 4th and Seminole, Port Silcr Sound. 2-20 ((78)) __ p.m._ _. .__ -
unfurnished, all electric home u down payment M. P Nilsi n. ....... . ..... .. -
play classified ads, which appear large no 220 ((63)) w. u I BY ow+tir. nice corner lot Jinsen Realtor 125 E. Ocean Illvd. > .. .. II''! __ ..

after the end of the smaller ads, in lot in Pme Manor Move m today ....-,.- II' Wanted lo Buy (Mhc) 81 Itiuch 75x140. new nughriorhood 1566 2.20 [ I Fa Sale, Mfaiullanroim 178 RFAI ESTATE; IORSILE 190MORTGAGES
Call 287-4664 2 287-1 :
numerical order Be sure to look -20 ((38)) : IRAIIFRS & SERVICES 68 t cloi.e in, pavid, cash or --- -- _".,," 'V .. ,'__ "X .. .. -rwnar-- .a.o- -_-raarv7Nara,
In both places) -- Krim, low $1.4 0. Further in. J
HELP WANTED 43 f fJiIIWIIA.. WANT the best price for your formation. Oliver Sholl 1425 So 1KAILF: & SFRVICS 16rlalrrrwlatraruu 8
138 FOR Sail will Trade for car? Call Ralph !Hates at 287- ltet.
or Fqm
FOR RENT J5- Andrews Ave. lort Imidirdule a M K
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FOB RENT OR SALE 38-138WANTED ty in 3 bedroom home; or properly 1214 Merkle ,Motors Inc tf ((81)) I ?.J (90( ) u. "
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horn -
BREAKFAST cook $50 for six equal --- --
TO RENT 40-140 day week to start. All benefits 1962 Ritz Craft 55x10, 3 bed ] FOUR to six bar stools. 'onlem FOUR bedroom wnlcrfront home 25 YEAH: THRM
HELP WANTED 43-143 porary sectional sit foam rubber Will trade for vacant lund Write 19(4 Fleetwood
and vacation. ALSO: Waitresses roomsVt\ baths, I 10x16 Florida I NEW AND FXmiNG
occasional chain (hist
Employment Wanted 48-148 wanted > J30 week and tips Must room all windows with aluminum drawers C'hild's disk chair t chif of -Box- 21-. Stuart FrJ.- tf ((90)) CASA RIO IIOMFS:

Biwuicss Opportunities 50-15( have transportation Answer in awnings. Completely furnished. on I footer and toy chest. AT 7-217. WANTED U S. No I Front BOAT MOTOR SALES, tar:,. C R. Ashley Broker
lot with fruit trees Automatic Mobile HomesAt Mtg.
Poor Bobs lenses Beach
LOST & FOUND 53-153 person, 2-20 ((81)I) ago upprox 110x600 depth. MO MMU TOT ale AT T.044IIORS&SIIOB
washer and N
SCHOOLS 54-154 U ((43)) two refrigerators I ndnn Ave.-Silirno Rout area, .t (urn Taylor Ashley
Fifth St. Port Salerno AT 70778. ..A __ aw .
SPECIAL NOTICES ss-iss 2.20 ((68) vasonihly; rnicd, Chas long Popular Prices 630 (:Of.OR A DO AVENUE
REGISTERED nurse seasonal FOR RENT 135 Dur 24, Cnanhivscn: Minnesota: I AT 7-2440
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USED CARS 58-158 work on Jupiter Island Call / 1.5 I
ANDERSON Trailer 45x10 with --- if naol11t1000Cti
NEW CARS 60-160 R. S. Severson Jupiter Island Club I

BOATS SERVICES: 63-163 68-168 view.Hobe Sound, 546-2617 for 2.20 Inter-((43)) carport 35x10. aluminum air-conditioned: awning, gaR, 27x10 heat, r ;;);-'t; ;.raarMruwnlawsal lrwif 133 Sandy hum plenty of sniull!! '63 j GUN SHOP -- -

TRAILERS SERVICES -- ---- furnished landscaped Martin 1 modrl 1'nn.ITrallen. Hill mil
,w u wr.I+Nwratwrlarata+a.
> IJn of Carla and
Services Offered, Misc. 71-171 Mobile Park 2 A Street. Stuart Complete
SALESMAN $75 week guaran "' or trade al. lilY fair parr
PLANTS & SERVICES: 75-175 tie plus commi'05illn. Apply 2-20 ((68)) ii p m Ammunition and AccessoriesAM

For Sale, Miscellaneous 78-178 Crown Awning Co.. U. S No I 1959 8x32, I bedroom Curtis 9 t 'I j ttt ntjiNo; ; IM EDGEWATERAPARTMENTS 1957 MODEL: SKYLINE I I SO P.M. Man. .f.l I Furnished
St Stuart 2.20
at N. 25th ((43)) ;
Wanted To Buy 'Mfcc.) 81-181 by 18 awning. Awning windows / 2-BtIROOI\f: MOBILE I I -4 r.M. imtu

MOVING: & JTORAOE:; 84-184 New tires Perfect cond t on. Clark, ; HOMF: : Ct ,.4 Tkundar II NM4IH .

Real Ettafe! For Sale 90-190 HOUSEWIVES Fishnhol, Stuart. 287-5962. .0244 MODEL HOME
220 ((68)) p t. ON .. .
96-196 UJ I M mil N eP M 8t. L cU
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does Opportunity not interfere to earn with money home, AVAILABLE now New small TUB ST. LUCIE Coining; Soon Tr (IITII) Open Daily 1 P.M.

duties good income. pcrrnanent modern trailer park Adults. Can I ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS Pickup Camper --- --
FOR RENT 35 Write Avon, Manager accommodate your large 1 mobile I Oneand two-room efflilenctei. Neil 4:30: P.M.

P. O Box 2427, Vero Beach, home. 40 and 30 blabs. Largektts. Everyone will be wanting one MOVING GRACE 184
I I la. All utihucs 220 and 110 in' Spin loin abated cronndii in
BEAUTifUL rooms with twin Individual Parking I.fI' Boat Dmk.Shuffk : LP OR BO II IF.I) GA.S
beds. New home Semi and private 2-20 ((43)) eluding telephone underground rat AeT or nut' liniiFV niUTOART. >
meter. Excellent water Fl.OllllltBOUIEKmiHO board. TV and Lounge
baths Cooking privileges time work. 520 and $25 month Can : Legion
FLORIST for part- per yearly. AIMIirHK.NTK HeightsSee
Plenty. of parking. Call Mrs Day, Phone Hobe Sound 546-2021 be seen E. Fifth St, Port Salerno I ROOM A. IIATIIaearrl.rnoArn Week Month Year Will Buy, Sell, Trade For orAtc.t

287-. -2589. --- tfJ35)( ) tf ((43)PATS ) Apply John G Shaw. 416 E. Our: t FURNISHED two bedroom house! ------- ola. Stuart after 6 p.m. 2.20 ((68)) : HATK SIUART tLOKlUt Used Irallrr. The
TV tOlNUHnlkly.
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with porch:swimming Call AT pool 7.1694.and screened tf ((35)) 76, Indiantown Truck Stop Route Male 710 and and female PEERLESS trailer, 35x8 wit h. !......! .* T.ul| Telephone 287.9811 COME: OUT AND SEE l $! and StorageGOING "VALLEYFORGE"
22x10 I insulated cabana furnished
restaurant and filling F F.. WOOD, Manager
help W T PACET, 1\1101. SVNDY" OR DONtorlhe MIDWtSr
( f-LRNISHtD' double efficiency. Nation, Living i quarters' available Fully landscapid. many extras tr (1111)
I "'.1 AT r-naa It Part loadedlBn., hew for
Located at in Rio. Rea spate
Lower floor Accommodate 4-5 Tcliphonc 5972390. 2.20 ((43);) Anchorage usi
(rnopli Good heating system. Right ---------- ---- sonabli Call 287-3633. 2-20 ((68)) b-IIW' ., --- Bfri Deal In In average size home (furnishings a Colonial Styled

in town. Dorothy Apartments 211 WAITRESS wanted Experienced -- County fall AT 7-0878) ,

Colorado .Avc ___2J;:_J3J( ) Steady work. Morning shift Service Offered, !Mhc. 71 EXPECTING; COMI'ANYPR'ONDER Fallen Tranirfer and Storagt I Home with
--- ---- Powill Diner. Tel AT 7-9708. \Vllf'Ht: \OUK1; GOING 1O BIO: IHI:M DOWN i 500 Fblrr| Arena
FOR RENT: One bedroom, com 2 20 ((43)) _1 '' tt (HORFAL
furnished, efficiency. Call IM and slop worrying'!! Reasonable rain and an atmoupbert SANDYSTRAILER 3 BIDROOM:
plitely trtaMKttNfcw*.-jiuanW.-j.014' s. WISCONSIN, Bnggs Straiten, that will all but .
Telephone 287.1950 after 5:00p : Clinton and Lauson AIR surpam your own (win I M/e)

.m 2.20 ((35)) Business( Opportunities 50 COOLED ENGINES in stock and CALL M\KIL KIRK, MVNAGIR PARK & SALES
TWO--bedroom--house-!-unfurni. .....J 111IIII 1'< -.. .. parts and men who know bow to Now Available for Your Sleeping Comfort! 287-5789

ed, large yard. 5 miles out off ACTIVE partner wanted for new repair them. ULMER. MOTORS Nlugara CYcIoMre! Units la Our Bed. 1 Mile N. of Stuart on US.1 DOUBLE SI/ID: CLOSETS
"or"Dial AT 7 3355 Your Friend
Small motel to be con truclld on Route
Indiantown" Road family
U urn5ervkn Reduced to $11,900 WLL DINING ROOM
preferred Yearly rate, $65 per I. Call AT 7-4578 2 20 ((50)) Iy Dodse Dealer tf ((71) Southwind Motel

month. Call 287-3316 after J pm. HAVE small Bulldozer. Tractor, //1 3 BHJROOM.Vt I BUII, LIVING ROOM Iii'!" i 14'

2-27 (IS)) FOR Service Sale. Fast Janitor growing and Cleaning Make Mower and Disc Will clear lots VS. NO. 1 SIUART 7ELt.P110NW287A713 Offered, Mk. CBS HOME. 95x122 H. Lot- LARGE UIILirY ROOM
cut trees. Fence posts and piling tf HID 171/1/
good living. Write Box 167 Slu ACCCM to St. Luck FN1R.\NCF PORCH
for sale Lawton Wall, Pboae AT I

art. 2.20 ((50)) 7-1401. tf (71)) a JOHN'S I $11,500 MODIRN KIKIIrN. : Roll

SPECIAL NOTICES 55 BETTER Building by Bishop repairing .. BODY SHOP '! 2 BFDROOM BEAUTY: CBS BRF \KF'\S'f 8.\R
WANT ADS and remodeling Will I I I -72>200 H. Lot. Jeerer Bench
.. build i I complete home on your Complete Bodywork ft Painting I !Nli' area. LARGI PL/VNIID LOT

ALCOHOL1CA1rt7NYM0USmeets tit Terms can be arranged Free Quality Work GuaranteedAT 1NCLLDHIFOK:

DO THE JOB! at 8:30: p.m. every Wed Estimates AT 75840. tf ((71)) 7-35M Monterey Road $7,500

esday at the Community Church: RAY CooKE'S Septic Tank Scrv- tt% M.t, ;r.,. "" r .k, n ; If (171) I !SM\IL 2 BFJROOII-Alum.:
Beach For _
ensen information "
Pbone AT 7.3332. tf ((55)) ice Cleaning and repairing...Also ,Jral'. ., loom lid inK, 1 bath 3 air $12,500.00
I drain fields repaired and re laid m t f'OR YOUR LOVED ONES I conditioner.

WANT the best price for your car? Dial AT 70651AT 7.9862. tf(71)( ) GRANITE Low $600 Down
.._. MARBLE Waterfront
I Lot
Motors, Inc. tf ((55)) BALANCING with Bear Equipment Approilmatrly 14 ft. on St

by trained mechanic will pay 1 tude! River South Fork! Cleared RhodesConstruction
Opportunity for itself in tire wear We have the lund high river bunk Al end
for the right man to Joule Your Love
Th of
equipment and men. Your friendly Symbol of pored tinet Priced \Int than
his present earnings. Call Dan Dodge dealer ULMER MO FLEETS INN Apprond by Whether you want t monument $30.00 fool
7-0143 I tf per
Clark. AT ((55)HENDRTS )
TORS or Dial AT 7-3355 tf ((71)) headstone or simple, dignified

marker, w. will design It in un-
Center Inc. Luxury WaterfrontAPARTMENT
Trading TERRAZZO Tile and Marble
Sale on all fishing tackle Located W H Co. AT 7-4880 perishable stone M the symbol Hoyt C. Murphy Inc.P.O. .

Dial ATlantic 74550 AlA in Golden Gate oppositeTnCounty ( or AT -Ial."er tf ((71)) MOTELJEMEN of your love for a dear one.

r Gas, tf (SJ) BEACH, FLORID Stuart Services REALTOR Box 824, J seer Beach
HARDWARE Sale Yes all hardware
ruillr nln! I MrmH. AMtmmtl ',', Mil. /r.raven La.lwe'ww" I I llorhla
and ask for the FOR easy, quick carpet cleaning' now at low sale prices Oulrl(_ RMUur.... CM ra/wt .. BrUi fUMn. rilC.or.M **4 Anal M Kenneth S. SttmmeBBoil407 ii I South A1A, Jtnwo Beach
Blue Lustre Electric Sham lendry Trading Center IIa fauraMMtal w.....,. a.Iw"Ywl' l TV I........ IN EACH UNIT. I
rent opposite PHONE 287.5566 > AT 7-1477 or .3201 I AT Phi Baker Salet 8fallagaa
pooer only $1 per day. Hartmanitghtou Tn-County Gas, Golden J(71) tt lint U tin 73340I j jt .10 and
!Yan( AU :rt1ke-' Funutunci 2.20 (.5$) ) .


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Mi,' I Ilil.'d i I S ill"I ,.,iJII, i ..1,1I I Iol I"hl'uh JIii', I "i I.Ioa i '' h""' .m.
-B THE STUART Ha.) NXWS' : Thursday. Pchnian 20. 1964\ I ultraviolet light which
__.._ disease than were killed m perceive
190 190
1..4 .4. 4. -- Real Eklate For Sale REAL ESTATE FOR SALE to man

..4"11' I f Ni'i".,nr, .. ... .' .... 7,_ .. .w .. ,. .../1"4' ..... foW! I --- --- \Vr-, i I.K imperceptible -. attertlv..aetlWaeMae ag" a
I ..... .sae w--
.awte <
r Reah Estate for Sale 90 REAL ESTATE fOR SALE 190

I WHY pay nxrc7 King shIed water WILL trade N.E. Ohio and N,WPennsjlvitniii BUY A HIGH DRY FOR SALE3MILESOFLOXAHATCHEE I -
l front lot in North River Shore ) property! lor Florida -
near wide river Only $6,500. M. We have humus, lots. acreage. ,
P Nelson! Realtor' 12< E. Ocean retort development, waterfront Values
Blvd. Stuart 281-3 ft60 2-20 ((90)) farms, etc C Thomas. lift Marlin RESIDENTIAL LOTFor I Acreage
-- --- -- -- Ave. Stuart AT 7-4t7K.
FOR Sale by owner clean fur- 2-27 ((961) RIVER FRONTAGE
uishixU one-+edroont house Fnclijscj ------ 3 Acres Good high land. . $1,600.00(
porch Carporlc and utility MOTEL on Route I I. Private party : -
romp( 15 S.W. Marguerite Court Replies kept confidential I I 7 Acres On hard top road .$5,600.00
Jensen Beach. 287-41M tf ((90)< )) Write C Thomas. llh M,irtin As$500 360 ACRES Close in Now $5,000.00()
10 Acres -
2 20) (96) -
-- --- -- -- Ave. Stuart.. ( ) Little I
waterfront home. Three -
\INCOME -- -- --
mil. lo
furnished heated --
room.. Unobstructed apnrtmcnty.Lgrge view REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 190 Build and Live TOTAL PRICE
Ipdmn River near fishing bridge VINCE NELSON HOME
'and', bench Close in. Box X92\ Jensen IN GOLDEN GATE SMALL
Beach, Fid. Tel. 287-0 2-20 ((90))
BARGAIN- Waterfront -- $110 Per Month IOCVin> 5 MINUTFS AWAY FROM COUNIY'S U titan Jensen Area all new interior a real

Two \beautiful waterfront property Bint new deluxe 2-hedroom, 2- SVNDSPRIT I PARK FREE: BOAT LXUNCHINC; buy at 790000. Includes CBS construe-
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'lots) close to Stuart and St I ucieInlet bath CBS home Central heat i bath walk
tion terrazzo floors-large -
Concrete bulkhead County end alr-condllbinlng. On spacloun. -
approved/ road! Central water 'ys. lot la St uile Purk. Will SEE BILL BERRY REALTOR NO INTEREST! to boat dock and good fishing.RIVERFRONT .
tern excellent water l-ol No. 1 1it Ii.
for whslanllul cavlt.Call I
oa the\ waterway, pie. hllred OwnerAT price 72417.RESTRICTED. 620 COIORiDO AVENUE, STUART, PIIONF AT 7-0966 ( For 3 Years Meantime, Pay It Off )
wit) 167 ft. of waterfront approx -sn II.II) (Next to The Prescription Shop) Notice
Subject to Change Without
imatcly 140 ft al the widest ptnnt.Price if (nun
(sUjhtly pie. hnped with 149 ft \ Pt'rpelllulllNe of Bout Ramp $IlIIOOO!)
'on canal adjoining waterway Average \\IIh Deeded lion Slip In lljrbor 2,01111.011) ) ))
WHlth 104 ft. price, $6000 FOR SALE 525 Madison Avenue U-,MrKI RONP .
No, broker. Jupiter 74ft-7l09 Two bedroom ('E home on Vtacres. nit 1tJ.'T"UR: lour choice <"if 80 ft., 100 ft., 145 fl. Front 125 ft. Deep 3 bedroom Florida room 2 tile baths

227 ((90)) '. mil tree Inclosed SHOPPING-- ---SC1100L'I BE.\C11 ONLY $30 and $35 per Front Foot extra large living room 90 feet on the

garden. Air conditioned. Underground i.. 10'r Discount for Cash Vour Terms, Come See.\'oll'lIllkel) river 210 feet includes boat dock
REAL ESTATE "ANl1.f) ( deep -
., ., _., 9'1 .: watering. Off Sky I INu flooding ever Excel.
r. *"<"!?- fl 1" #I and ramp New price $31,500.00.
line Drive,Jensen Beath.$9,900
DPSIRC 5 lo 20 ncren, general area HARBOR ESTATES lent terms.
of Mate Road 76 76-A, 7011, for quick mile. urnkhed" (unfurnished I "'-1'" I PO. BOX 1491 III rPIIONE: 287-4589
out past turnpike, Want some por ). Tel 2873619. On the South. I Fork of the Beautiful! St. uile 1 River, West of State
lion adjoining highway No broker ;
*. Contact Box Y, coo Stuart Owner '.. I l Rd.76 ut Salerno Road on I linden lane, the !Most Beautiful and
in 'InOI i 1.11
New. 2-27 ((96)) .. Iropkal Siding In !South. loriiU. O"nerIn Property. ,
----- - 20 ''I Inol HERE'S A NICE ONE

I 2 Large Bedrooms CarportcU1IIIIY Price drop of $2,000.00 Buy now for

FOR SALE "' ROOM' vyjJOUUV CnOCAflrt 1IRRW/0: LARC.i; : CIOSHS riOORSIANDSCAPFD St. Lucie Inlet HarborOn $10,000.00 Lot 100 ft x 150 ft. Beauti.

fully landscaped CBS 2 bedrooms -
200 Ft. Frontage on Beautiful .FINANCING. ARRANGED large Florida room--tile bath- -Carportc.
the side of Point
east Rocky
Broad St Lucie River For Sale By Owner ,

Within City Limits of Stuart ART RUHNKE right at the inlet.: Fishing in the In TAYLORASHLEYREAL

City Water 612 COIOR\DO AVENUE: 287-0676 u i9nl' dian River in your own private i

An Original' Florida Home ESTATEJim

Well Kept and Spacious harbor.Each .


Property Has Depth Over 400 Ft. I lot owner enjoys the private boat SATURDAYS AND: SUNDAYS CALL 546.3771
Well Landscaped With ramp, a waterfront park your own con. 2-o.. ,Inns! .

I Large Lawns and Many FOR SALE crete pier and many other extras at no
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Beautiful Trees and Plants I S.E. Corner U.S. 1 CAA I, additional cost. Large lots from $2,500 to

I Priced To Sell $29,950.00See and Ocean Blvd. $39, OUU. : $9,200. Only 10%/ down. Write for map,

Your Agent or Phone I or stop in and see the subdivision. Only R. V. JohnsonREALTOR

AT 7-2607 AT 7.3232 40 lots. Also-a new 2 bedroom, I1:> bathhouse t

Ir '11101 FOR SALE by David Shenandoah, with the lot,
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I central air conditioning, etc, $15,000.( ) FIRST FEDERAL BLDG 6)

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I N.'v. Corner U.S. $35,000.FOR I AT 7.3366BUSINESS


Thin lovely TIIKIK: bedroom, 2'/i bath. home, hUM a large I
Florida! room, living room, kitchen with large Frlgtdair refrigerator i, BOX 2287, DELRAY BEACHNo I SMALL BUSINESS, Franchises for

Hotpoinl dhhwahher, llolpolnt oven and rungetop, SALE Martin and Palm Beach County. $10,000(
"tad Slaying washer with madding dryer. SWIMMING I : POOL I /More Promises-It Is Now Complete, !
with recreational terrace. Central heal and air conditioning. en' I will handle.
S.E. Corner I
ALSO, guest collage with. kitchen, living room, bedroom and -- -I
bath.. Property him! 239 ft. on Indian River Drive with 1,025 Colorado andFOR 7,1, $40,000. RESTAURANT AND SUNDRY, well

ft. depth Very beautiful landscaping with lovely palm and i stocked, very good location.
IIfnnl'irlt'tltM of fruit trees Reduced now to $29,500! ) .00. C. B.
Owner will hold mortgage..: ARBOGAST JENSEN Small business for sale. Good

I location.

AIL SHINING AND NEW: and walling for yon, this beautiful SALE REALTOR ESTABLISHED 1925 I

two bedroom. two bulb' home. While terrazzo floors formica N.E. Corner Ocean 252 Osceola Avenue Stuart AT 7-04-10 I INCOME PROPERTYPORT
cabinet, built In Wei' lui|"hoiu* oven and rangetop, large closets, $ 5 000 -
awning window". Nicely landscaped yard. $13,90000. I Blvd. and Flamingo 1 PROFESSIONAL EXCHANGE BUILDING S VLFRNO 2 bedroom home phi 4 rental units. large

THREE bedroom CBS home, built In oven and rangelnp, refrigerator I -- Our Rest Buy -' I corner lot $25,000,00.
and some" furniture. VIn)I tile floors ceramic tile 8 UNITS 4-2 heilronnu 4-1 bedroom. All unit facing
bath.' LOW DOWN PVI'MUST. $11,900.00.SKYLINE \ bent and air conditioned,
water very best of location and all are
I ]100() ) ft. St. Lucie RIVERFRONT LOTS : In like new to dilion.
DRIVE IOT 100 ft. frontage, 200 ft. d.plu. I
Beautiful view of the river. $5,940.! i A Fine \' ALSO$26,000. Approximately 175 ft. Deep 1IOUSFS PLUS I FTRIOT 2-2 bedroom 1-1 bedroom. -

Ionic.I These rental units are In a nice \location and
1-Sold j are on early
CORNER LOf Sly line Drive, $2,75000! Only 2 Remaining
bask Located on Riverside Drive. Priced at $20,650.00.
TRAIIFR LOT Norlhwnod, $A9<00.
Ask Us You'll Be Glad You Did GULL HARBOR HOMES
$10.00 DOWN and $1000)) per month for one acre (nth west C
.f Palm (Ity.
JENSEN 2 BFDROOM Like new condition Nicely
ONLY$6,850 each-ONLY
I I landscaped 2 utility rooms CBS construction, Gas heat, AnnIngs -
:bon I This home k prked right at 11900.
W. J. WEISS Realtor Company Our Best Buy I
and II GOLDEN GATE- 2 BFDROOM 1 Bath. Large Ha. room
I Included are 3 extra Iota for only 1500000.
900 Colorado Ave., (arrow from tat National Bunk)
U.S. 1, Box 667 Dial 287-3538 I I AT 7-2500 AT 7-3280 AT 7-4121 HOMES I JENSEN 1 2 BFDROOM: and 1 I bedroom cottage,
Jensen Furnished, Good rental location
Beach Fla. for only $10,90006
__ __ '_'n "'n, I .n nom JUST WHIT VOl) HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR: A nice I 2 BEDROOM: 1 bath plus 2 cottages: furnished\ Very
-- ---- -- Grove with exceptionally fine fruit Good Two-Bedroom CBS good location. Priced al $11,000.00.

' Home Completely Furnished, All the Equipment needed I NORTH RIVER SlIORES-Waltrlront. 2 bedroom-2 ceramic

I C. O. RAINEY- Realtor I'I I Iraitor. etc. ToM Only $28,750!! terms. bath, Large living room, Enclosed porch Boat slip, Central heat
I and air conditioning. Extra (large lot, all\ for only $49,500.00.
Two Bedroom Home Near the water for your bout Checkall I
ioTs these fine features- Nlc HorM Room Beautiful. kitchen WATERFRONT LOTS
Two Utility and Hobby Rooms Outside Path Hurricane 100' NEAR NEW HIGH SCHOOL $4,000.00
Awnings Underground Sprinkler Citrus Tree Total
1. 4,000 ACRKS- CertifM survey shows 1. EXCLUSIVE: : ts: Ul t. lu Port Sewall 1. WATER PRIVILEGE: with duck, 80'lob only $13,50000. I 85'xl75'IIIIGIl ELEVATION, So. Jensen, on river $7,000.00

"among finest. cllms lund" lu Florida. 200 prim waterfront Magnificentview in Manatee Pocket: $1,800.)) 100' 270' NO. RIVER SHORES $7,000.00
, Excellent; accesi Primlpub only ., 2 bedriMMiu 2 ccrumU. lilt THIS HOME: H ILL BE STOLEN SOON! At the Price of Only ,
2. SOU1II FORK waterfront lot, with boat $27,700 Built Luck River '
r 1961 St. frontage Seawalled
Asking $650 per acre. hulbs. Central air-conditioning and heal ACREAGESEVERAL
basin 100' x 250 $5,000. 138 ft. I.ol Two Bedroom Two Baths Hosed Garage I
2 bedroom guest. hone Luxurious !Screened .
Forth Patio Underground '
Open Sprinkler TO
2. 325 ACRES Close-in Only I mile landscaping! Shown by appointment., 3. WATERFRONT I.Of In North River CHOICE TRACTS CHOOSE FROM
! Citrus Trees-A real beauty you will be proud to call your own!
. to. Palm City Bridge.: High I Dry Shores river frontage of 1 125' Rest
Cleared 1 mile on No. 714 Can IF IT'S REAL ESTATE SEE
j i be divided Price on request. 2. 15' x 30' SHIMMING: POOL Cocawith view and best buy SilO ft.

this uparkling bedroom Centralair RENTAL See NORTH RIVER SHORES

RENTAL I conditioning and beat Gorgeous OFFICE. on Colorado Avenue, Desk apace NORTH RIVER FOREST
'3 BEDROO\J( HOUSE; $125 a month. view Price reduced to $31,500. or 1,500.q. ft. Can be auldnided.OB RIVER RIDGE R. V. Johnson


111104'1'. f1ORlDA JUSTINE R. BmV: ASSOC11TE9 PoIE\IBF.: .,M1ns\ Iii I."a tile AT 7-3366
rt tam(

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r.. STUARI_(flurkhrl NESS'S nmrsda\I cl.ruan .20:.. 1164 l B
", ......--.11 .,,,' ..... GRADb, "A" QUICK FROZEN TENDERl( ) 'Ml( ; ((10 to 14 Ih. avg lb. 39c)

] ir REAL\* ESTATE*, "v FOR.*,'...SALE..ami.. ..190''m _. ......'"' 'l1 to 22.16'


Dwner I lia>h>s tarn! Must !mil!! Brand new 2 bedroom CBS LB.
.home. near shopping center' $1100 down. take up payment.
Hrsl come-first vent4'!! \\III\ rent SilO month unfurnished.! !!
Beautiful, corner lot too1 130'. Paved! street and sidewalks. c.
Owner ill must sell $1.iCUI.Ofl.RALPH! !(>( .


Real Estate and Insurance
110 Fast Osteola St., Phone AT '71600PO.
Box K96. Stuart, Tla. -
Seafood "FMf"Lnttell
Specials! ;

HOMESOn Cnpl' Jatun Qnick t'to/at I french Fried 3 9 C Ib.6ge lb- 59 Ib. 59 c

Beautiful St. Lticie River' lUCRADF Bilk SOIF IIVTRTVlHSr OR \\KSTFRN\ CORN III I I'HFSlIl'nRK I II':.\N C.ROUM; I BI f.

BOLOGNA .I gib.: 3ge CHUCK ,Ih.6ge,
Priced from 10-07. 98cpk piece
$25MM( ) to $250,000. 3 H A M
Also I tomes in all parts of the County s. SUPER Riurrsiidi U. I II F V\ I IRISH PORK II\'I

priced from $8,000()( ) and up. .IIMDMSS..: I 1 DXD I DRIED BEEF 3i p ;.loo whole| STEAKS Ih. 99c

Fresh Mackerel n.31c
I'm sure I have a home that will\\ meet ()r Ib 49lOMIU'I'i "I
your requirements. SM4IL IROFNHeadless: BACON 2;:; 7ge shank half. ,:?: 39c

1 Shrimp II,. 39c
Phone or Write to .
t Breaded Oysters t fnen',, '. 99c

EDWARD MAPP = ==:.=----.,,:;=--=---:" APPLEISS. 29 c >];.
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REALTOR, fresh CnuUit Ready I" Cook II
Phone 287-0781 Stuart, Fla. KINGFISHSTEAKS Ii IiI j1

P.O. Bov( 716 !II ,,1901 I i: 51b. bag 59.. \ .,., jREGULAR d:,


DON'T LOOK NOW! I or bake broil fry lb 45c I I POTATOES PEARS PEPPERS

I -- 1 0 lb. bag49c 2 lbs. 29< 3 for 19c

But U.s. No. 1 Is Going To Be Beautiful!
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Would you pay $50 per front foot today Mt>I-O.Bit Anurkun Pinienlo & Swiss I
for what will be "Miracle Mile" tomorrow 3 PINTS $l
'? Of course you would if you knew f SLICED

about it. - ,...................._.u__,,___..u_,
CHEESE :I1: ':
spFCiiit ANN PACE spiuu I! IIIIN/
Ask 11' know / Low down I '"("' ui. 1 !
us e plenty MAYONNAISES49 CHEESE SOUP 2' 25e ifrt Each .MAi ,

payment Long terms. 1 WHIll: BEAUTY ANN PAGE'IIIIN; : OR Rf'Gt'UR'I f JH!! ** STAMPS H H.i

: : 45e I I SHORTENING 3 :L57c:: SPAGHETTI 2Si37e,:;:;: |fl!! Wltklhl. C ;:k"nd:: 1urh..t !HjSPHIAIt !

looi''f = -- -l DRY MILK 8 pie qk. 59c COOKIES 3 ;Sr::: $1 loo j i MOPS"Zi'ea4'hr.a' ::-. Mr.M, rii;
O"E ;: = [ihrs -=_tssrsssssataSal! : ;: : ;: ;!

M. R. (RONY: ) NELSON, ASSOCIATE 200 EXTRA PLAID STAMPS. Jane Parker (OOOFXTIUSTAMPS JH.RingS2.i9)(50F\iHsr\MPsiit.ib.iiMiri.49))( I ) r ....iiiiiiiiilji .iii1"
FRUIT CAKE 5t$3.99 50fxb'a PlAIDS alN"
(.20 l tile "" ..
ID Wltk and >urckw* .1 fj!
rYll; jiO I
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RINSh bottle
I : I C..e..i..4 Ik..k.tl Ml*. 1.11 IkP
DONUTS box of 12 ;JI
CAKE 19 C _.s
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I Web this end rani." d

OPEN HOUSE CHERRY PIE "S45e CHEESE BREAD J.lb.loaf 25c Hot t Cross Buns pit..n I 37c SIIFI.F PUt.R 11"118'1)'II1S'roll.or 45 ec

_a..d rho,....II, MI., 1.11
IN LUCIMMt I I the former Carnegie eslate. Braullfnl .new - - - - _
home, In good taste' by SUINLKAK: BUILDERS: with the I & Our Finest Quality Grade A lona Cream Style I r.""-"== ,.... ....--..
following features 2 l large brdroonM, 2 bath' (master fall.with tH1H NtN..Hr H .1
double link, hanging ..1m....., dressing room), extra large!
living area with. loggia and l UnLi, complete" CE kiCrb,... Including I.I I 25 PIAID S'1
refrigerator' all deluxe appliance Nulone' S) telll. sr
Large garage Central heal and air-conditioning.! 2348 nqiare.
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natural Wl k Ikk Cwro..nd: I
feet. On beautiful homesite with tree w
a many I Whole String Beans or Peeled Apricots | Cut Green Beans or Cut Beets I I IMb. Pfeiffer llioiwand MundDRrSSWG =

1. 3 BEDROOMS,2 bathe.$23,750,large lit big room,dining ana,C.E. I mix or 1 OaTVc I tv O I Mb. QQC I I.I I MI/C.UMH. BtrrnE.W ihra:'.,.12. M//3ge.. f.21 II j::I:
kitchen, pantry' large ncreened patio. Access to St.' Lack 4
River. Double carport, extra. ctorag $23,750. match cans I match cans h &;ii.nn.t..u.S....:__.... _> ._.. .___ 1s m.;;!:
2. JUST RFDLt"Fl>, nettling an estate on Scwall' Point, 1 em em
I z _Save Only! i
) PlaifSlamps'
two bedroom CBS" custom built home, like new Large! 11w.Ing ,
- - - -
area separate dining room. Completely furnished on a ;;?.bet Fine Gifts Faster'
large lot, with. tree. Immediate occupancy... 22500. N\BIStO Ui. DrI.MONTE( light|' 6V}.*. Pfeiffer Roquefort CheeM 1-01. '
29 e 3 $100 47e ABANTIC*'A"'IC TiA CMfUHf INf/
3. 3 BIDROOM. 2 BUII CBS 1 HOME. All electric. Almost PRLMIUM: S U1IMSGOLD pig, Meat Chunk 1 US\ cans'' DrfwfaK (I0r *ff label! ) battle'
new. Beautiful reoMenlf l MihdlvKKm. $20,900. MFD\L LARSrN: VrC-AI Mb.MIXH KNORRSSOLP! '
Sib. 6ge 21e 2 3ge '
4. 3 BHRXM. 2 BUM IIOMr:, 4 pears old. Bulkheaded, I rtONDRA HOLR / VKCrfABIKS can MIXF. IaphIn f 1
dink. MAZOLA SIRIEISt.1NN'S7SL1: 1."ib." "lIllIRO"IitF'Rf."IiCfI: ../.
I 1-lb'3ge 3IC 35ci
$27,500.On MARGARINE I.\UI"t.S pll. DRKMfNG'\ bottle
I Ilutchinson Island
1,000 FTrT from keen to litdbm.. River, .Mi paved rnad. l\ 'I HIS AD ARE
| Detergent 1> ( giant) Detercral (Ilk off label)) Delngenl )
Hater soon to be availuMe." $225 per front' foot. S\r" IIB. 22.
tel'Jlt"TREND L ; I\: .
If you are out of to".,write for our area map" and Newsletter I I 8:30IRIUA.1.AY220z49
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when you buy "-
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HI-C DRINKSJELLY S Flo. Punch OGrCon 3 Mlnid Coihlei Jib Pk| 1TE.BSc Can Pkg.
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J JAMCHEFBOYARDEE Crop 3 50 Extra Free
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Clear 0 FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES i uoy.i\: FOODS Chicken "" '
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ART (Florid) NEWS Thursday, February 20,, 1964 t-C

-anner of Stuart Included:

S hipper/ of Nautilus : Harvey Piley

''''' onors Eagle Scouts '. s Invites You To Attend HisGRAND

Wanner' of Stuart was among ington Hotel at West! Palm Beach ',:
M y one Boy Scouts who were The local scout was the subject) ,
last week for achieving of a story on Indian lore in last:
a Scout rank during the past 1 week's issue of The News. I
The banquet committee with i
plain William R. Anderson, Colonel E. E. Dailcy. West Palm ,
SN (Ret), and former skipper Beach chairman, matched each,, ,
[ttthe atomic submarine Nautilus Eagle Scout with a man prominent :
historic cruise under the in the vocational field of
Worth Pole, was guest speaker at greatest t current interest to the I
ceremonies at the George Wash boy. Scouts and their host-coun
selors enjoyed a get acquainted
[yc period and some earnest! converse I .
Miles C. Cramer tion throughout the evening.
[ Also attending to honor t h'l yr
Eagle Class were representativesof
Victim of Sea the various sponsors for the
event, prominent district and council I IrJOPENING
officers and National Council
[Off Peck's LakeGround tatives.Boy Scouts of America represen !

[ swells from an intense The annual Eagle banquet is part I'
pressure system off the New of the scout week observance!
England coast, caused the death commemorating scouting '
Of.l- Sewalls Point resident Thurs-
third anniversary in America fifty'I'I
day south of St. Lucie Inlet. In honoring the Eagle .
Miles C Cramer, fifty-eight re- it was pointed out by William H.i i
[portedly a former police commisponcr Pruit, master of ceremonies. that
I at Elizabeth N. J., w a Ig fewer than one boy out of a thou- ,
[ he was swept over- sand and I that '
g: J1roehi is so recognized
[ boat 'Robby II'i universal respect for the Fagle
i the ocean off Peck's Lake about rank carries with it tremendous I HARVEY'S CITIES SERVICE
three miles south of the inlet. recommendation accompanied by
Cramer was accompanied by' companion responsibilityDickerson \ .
two vacationing fishermen" George
p Runge, filty-seven of Eliza-
bath N. J., and Joseph Amberg. Gets
Iflfiy-six, of Westfield. N. J., both
[of whom were treated for exposure Road Work from

after! attempt they fought to save the Cramer high seas and inan U.S. HIGHWAY NO. 1 and PALM CITY ROAD

the boat. Martin CountyContracts
j After Cramer was washed overboard
[ Runge took control of the
[boat and managed to reach Cramsr. for work on various
Cramer was apparently dead county roads have been awardedto
when pulled on board. Dickerson Inc. of Stuart by the THURS.FRI.SAT.FEBRUARY
I TThe boat's engines finally quit Martin County Commission.A .
And the craft was washed ashore contract for $1()XX)) was
a short distance north of the awarded for leveling of Ricou
[old Peck's Lake inlet, cloned by Road, to twenty feet wide from
[the Engineer Corps last summer State Road 707 to Commercial

vay Runge through and Amberg the narrow made island their, A Street.contract for $3,135 for two 20 21 -22 FREE
got word to fishermen In the In- projects: Leveling Normandy Avenue
tracoasUl Waterway.; The CoastGuard from St. Lucic Avenue toCypress
[ was alerted. [by radio froma Drive in Hibiscus Park, I
[ yacht, but a forty-foot cutter and Washington Avenue from
[was unable to reach the beached Second Street to Fourth Streetin I '

1[boat Finally Tom Wyatt, special Investigator Dickerson Coral Garden.will get $1,000 for I Come One- Come All Bubble Gum
for the sheriff and paving State Road AlA in Hobe
Deputy Sheriff James Holt, res- Sound from Olympus Street to '
cued the stranded men and brought Venus Street 'I t
them to Sandsprit Park where they A bid of $12,486 for paving the .
were transported by ambulance to Locks Road to twenty feet wide i BalloonsCokes
Martin Memorial Hospital' for west of Slate Road 76 for .3 ofa I --
treatment for exposure. mile, and paving .2 of a mile ofa -
Two Coast Guard members aided county road northerly past Trop--
the deputies in removing Cfnm ical Farms Baptist Church was
cr's body from the swamped' ) boat. rejected by the county. The commissioners -
Although the day was calm agreed to have the 0
the ground swells caused vicious County Road.: Department do the OPEN I
breakers along the reef, and several work when possible.Developing N.
boats encountered trouble at TIL MIDNIGHT
inlets along the coast 960

William S. CosdenIs Acres for Citrus \

NCO GraduatePrivate Application has been made tothe / /// / /57/////////////ZA53 .1 \

Department of the Army by
William S CosJm, son D O Limes, for a permit: to install
of MSG Rot and Mrs M. r
( ) Rey a pump and to construct a V
Cosden.Stuart, was graduated from spillway and canal across the v
the. Non-Commissioned Officer 'government right-of-way of the
(NCO) Academy at the Army Ar St Luctt Canal, at applicant's! p
property in section 18, township SEE ( :
40 S., range 38 E., Martin County ( FREE I
f The applicant proposes 'to util (FJ
lee the structures for drainage and
irrigation of about 960 acres of rl
citrus grove land. 10,000GOLD

HAROLD lockwoon ON

AMI-SUB Harold K.DESIROYER Lockwood:I boiler. I Thursday & Friday \ BOND

man USN a son of Mr. and! Mrs.
Owen W. Lockwood: of 215 South 4 'til 8
Indian River Drive Jensen Beach, p.m. p.m.
is aboard the and submarine
warfare destroyer USS Mur Saturday 10 a.m. 'til
ray, operating out of Norfolk, Va CITIES SERVICE
The Murray n! currently on duty U. S. IIK.IIWAY; 1 AM PALM CITY ROAD
i with the Sixth Fleet in the Mcditer 6 '
ranean area She is equipped with .w p.m. { YOU COULD WIN:
the I latest t equipment needed to ; /
seek out and destroy; enemy. submarines \ IN ANY lit PRIZE 3.500 COLD BOND STAMPS '
1 I Her crew members have 2nd PRIZE 2.000 COLD BOND STAMPS
1 eels. had the opportunity to visit ponsin -=JPW"J.c.t :""", :3rd PRIZE 1.000 COLD BOND STAMPS4th
Spain and France during the LANGUAGEYOU'LL PRIZE 750 GOLD BOND STAMPS
/ current cruise.SEPTIC. ( ,t \ \ Sth-IIth PRIZE 250 GO' D BOND STAMPS

Enter today.YOU COULD BC A
., TANKS obligation no purchase neaaaary.r.rr..r.r.rrrrrra.
tillcry and Fort .
Sill Okla, on I CLEANED REPAIRED Pw4 ('hi* Miry MM. to Bwnto. Of !tm .boa at.M.
During the course, Cosden received .
six weeks of rigorous training -
in leadership and exercise: of RE-LAID 10,000 GOLD BOND
command, reading the his
tory of military weapons and mil STAMP GIVE-AWAY!
itary teaching methods. The Ray Cooke's Septic Plan enter ma In the QoM Bold
eighteen-year-old soldier entered Tank Service Stamp Give*AWay.
the last June and received
N ""
,basic training at Fort Gordon, Ga PHONE:< AT 7-0651 "
He attended Martin County High OR AT 7-9862 Addr_-

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I a-C THg STUART (*T .> NTWS Thur,hv. r hr.wv 20, 1964 V-C11ll11a1NNl| | SATURDAV-Coati.a&a.d StSDA\-'unIJnlled; I HUNTING; SAW '
",,1--, 80a II.,. .00-4 Battlefield, 10f1C1--.4 CandId Camerat tNDS: SLNDXYHunting WARRArH'y-o-
10 N.n.. W.tbor BporIIt I ; .I {a Dance ..- ".how ,,f the Week (f"ln.t .. I in Florida ol M game I' >s FILED
COMPLETE PRCRAMS World of 57Ot't4t.t 1* ''A KHM aail Four .Wueenf '
TV .,t3O-4 Heat nf ha Foal ,: Opo. Mjnohol. / II 1r.: =jI Baottaaj bird and all game animals except .
li llunlley-llrlnkley, Report "15.11 I'hop.' lOiw-4 whata My UbeiII raW rH, will close one.half hour I --- -----

Rl. .-WTVI. SI. ..1 10.11.1.) W8TU """ ,. ._ I.'h./ J.IOOI.. 1,05-4 kihSMf'1014' ftwa-ard .H. 5.05kIIOh.54.h. after sunset Sunday, Feb -1. Nato: The trnnmc-tlon fliriirea,, his wife. one-hiilf undivided inter
? "i1"8i1 OoM kiewa, W""., 5pomtIs '
? of the 0at:4a ,
I! Ml>ht Llfe ,
-weir. SSI$ ).. ..... (NBOI .... ( ...u... -7 Mr, ftVwik Newalltl given below, are 'unme fioml
'- l ho. wnli.r aenin 111-11 World' Only rabbiw and unprotected .< >' 'iiffleif I tolli est. and Christopher A. 'onnell
CN..a.1 The '1' .. ': -1 *> 1,1 Sport 'u' umi
1'lh. l:= lwi'r'J""L<0 and Mjudc Connell. his wife one-
J'TV *** w" baeb lrl ".. 'I. : foe ''. 7 Hfyh Hoax 11'111. "pr. lino. Jn OHA whr
non reeponalbl any ) M Danger I* 4wil UiMutatM
the undivided
closing ti.y. half interest to Charles
I program" ehengee. MOII Cochran Newa It OwMraaNMt: : of tn. PopM .'.oroholor.tIon: In nominal, am' hUK I
Evening I rollmiitlahmom, of lr1lorr'oIhp. Jr und Bertha
,,,00World. ,lleyond Niduwawa ., A. Force Force his
WF.DNEsnAV I '11 ... "llrl.le for Hal" I .too-4 H.,., (port*. We.ihat, ; M< arOSSla or Hlmilar <.. whr" no
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FEB. l11UR n \Continued 7 "Mo.lern.ite Th. Haneyntonnar> ,., N... Movl. M*. I The Royal Gorge of the Arkun tnotlc)' chftHKea html. .tarn pa wife. lots 19 and 20. block 7.

(19'fftftSff1 .,00 I Movie. "M.k<. WH>' for To I II Highway ,',.NII. ':3O-4n.II... Cp: - - tat River in Colorado it spanned Inrlkai* a man<:hatrl. \minimum: Palm Luke Park. 11500.
Morn:; .;. Th3O"7 rnlarnaUnnal Show Tim( .; MONU\\' the workJ't highest ttiipensionbrtttae sloe valua There are Inataiimih
r1:11L: by
,. ... The
Hollywood Ca liale I"'I I \ "Hl..ht 5." a inor ( mp. ara plarail Corporation
n' :: :?' -oept) Allem_ (('I, fa tt5.10.I' l: !\ O..po FEB. 24 -I.05J fed above I he on nn 'Inalninient( than ac-liml to Homer Greuthouse and !J.me

..'' ... ,''. .. efcer.11Illllt 54914 U 'lOri',.,.. Itnpkoobo; Mornln.O".nl.1 The bridge it I.260 IVet( value of transfer, but ". .
**. c'rf ", ''' Monday ('7' Itoh Ilk,. ,, .. warp oill.ally th* comptroller offlre Greathouso LotS 19, Evcrju\n
Ik Moile Wlllion!! ; (PI. I Id Wlnl'.r .Olymnlm 7 Hlnnraphy. ,,007 ( Claaaroeai fond. An Incline railway descend. linilunto' 1 ho.ena000 In
Mu,I.. "Perlloua" IrOOft AlHnnlory, ,rhealro, '..11 II.... I... ,' II Newa. fteather, e.ort, .tit-4 Kuarla. ......t... Legacy of, floor which I IPM Hfnmna appear. to Park. $1400.llauil .
lOtSOit A Wimr World 10 Mn.,le. Daelekm of (hrlmopbey. "" .,i30 4 Con (iMX* and !Rome" to the canyon
:: 7,30, -4 Jackie (II...... have bran nlavtd than tl>i> tax B. Burn.idc: and DorothvBiirrmcle
All.",.,, (III.( .. 1.7 Tw luTw a., TOo Lieut. ..-4 Coke. w ,IM Air' warranted(. Tim Now* ukn nonvinnnnlhlllty
(!fern! .. Monday aiaaatlIS ...11Mo,'" ,..11 Tha Ma. l I. Rlrht/ II II..ot.no' ., """ t-7 Cnttatal niaaarooai (IC"Io.1) (or the ...11"1'td his w'ife, to Charles (.er-
: 'IS, 4130, -4 M....... "Hud..".'. HayMnvle (10 00-4 Affinil HIKhamkt7 ..30v-4 i ?. Defender 1.40-1. *lorM. WnularMia : TUESiMY'oniflhled1,19Il ( valuation,. hard and Nora Gerhard. huslmml
Movie. | mi Mnmanl"IKK 7 Oreenwl.h/ VIII..." Jank Mar 4 lira '-4 Newa I. .Bpanhk. .
Lrnaby (Hhow
) 0 Ovtrland' Trail flld 10 Han "K.uirl.ro. Ural 10.11 (loOt ol tha Work a-7 ) 7 Huaahlne AlmaneeU Comment. and wife. Properly ID Gonu/
J.- H.rinp '('oh (Jun. 28-1 fN. 18))
lo Mnvl. Kacan I In, lha .,_ .,. ,
fle.rC''I ti41 I Kroha.iiy Traveler ( :W 4 (1'nnrallu OO7 N. Woo.ihef" ill-7 Beenunl Grant. $1.200Edna .
4,SO 4 Non'., "'lh. I rjnc* ..' 10j W.\/m( hlin

7 Mnvl.. "llpii DnitrhterB:4S 10'411-10 "Mobs That UliaraliOO I, ..-. Phil 1111,.... Today It N'.. It. and I II. Enterprises of FlorU.i. B. Pearson. pined hv herhubant
-4 thotograpbyEwnlng Combs -4-l-i-iw Na..., *Mll a>, ItarUIII ,,_4 1'1.' .. ..u_ Weather
10.11 Itoll.d "h'.bor. V..t. Inc. to Willie New kirk. Lot !. HillurJ Pearson to Millard ,
.too-. 1'1..., W,*'ibw, tpanc Mawa. I ,, (Hi. tarouail ..:._ NeweHunllayUrlnkla -
7PJ.rtWrnlhor" S Ii0I--4M,1,1. lawaln. I(0OP-lbInonoto10,30Is II Comedy TI.1' .... a Report : 1. block 2J. New Monrovia. $MM). Pearson and Edna Pearson
10 Mo\ 'I.. "H.vlnir' Wonderful. (leo, I.7 rmliihl whIt, Jntinny CaranaM.ivl. I llntnuchableaII "'"- Hut Not 10 M....Ick '
",,00 .. rorgotuaa7 'hu band and wife. Lots 4-5
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N. II.. r .. ",.*'hw 111 Hi'mil" block
7 N... 0.10-11. tor-m.nl: 'III ., Hmnnhlnil (ho K.rkiil>" y ao-II, 1"00"" iI "Nntllt llfet ot tho Cold Cn"l L. I I. Raven (lo Paul I I. Ravvcn
and Walbev Tlm""j 1'01-11 Nl .,.,. Varlw., Ot4 iv-u Mali That Spar .,00-4 Copl.la 1...__ .,. -'4 N.WoItflruo.... 18, Pulni City SlOt).
IIMn.1e/ nt Ml<. Mnnli-an dplirirc.. 0(19.. 7 .MohontI > a- 11,00, J, J 7, 10, It Nw Lot 9-11 block: (148, Golden
'"I ,",." I 11 (N.wa :''O=I1..oN! t lliOS: ::10 Tope 'In BnortaII Today II flaws1,0WI Charles Green to Wilbcrt Di-
.. A .___ .. .. I* Oolna Calandar. Red SkeltonMnv'll Cute. $100.Uerth.i( .
0-U Comment HO-I Champlonahlo W...,.... Shields and
.,tit-, fee Hunt 0 llut.lley,. .llrlnkley, Repnrt SA'I'URUAYFEI. I II.litI. Movie, Hrandal (Hhot II Hunrla Ihnlia 0 '"" P th. lleaullful Hafner to John F. his
.... .. Ot-l* Par.w. 7 'ho Hail and wife Unrecorded lot B. St. I.
7 Wrol h. ,
10 N.... Waalber. Spne 22 11..0lI.h.I Worlila' UCK
UN.,. .II Nl..nl I.'If* "' the n..Id (' ail Monthn5In'4 IIMO-H Movl In( W hi.'h U. lI.no"' .a.WO.SO"-a-7 H Oanl boar. Fan know ,,::oa-' MI'' Fat, mlNova* Strong One hundred! twentv-fiv Inlet Farms Subdivision. 'I.JII I ( ( )
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,4 -4 Nawa-Waller" Croaklta ID Movie feet of west track 5, block: 47, SI.
.,,30-. ?4.u It I 1.1.15 Cam bat
..7 l Runrlaa "rVmealer." "Outline. ofllntory Hopo"I' John William: Scranton injClaircnc )
N.wi lluntley Brlnlley II Mwrliirht Theatre,
1, PI..ho",.. t'00-4 Mfc Noon. 'The dig( llnngotel,. I. Inlet Farms. $100
l/"n..II.ln.I., R.aort 7,00, 4 "'ol"II.1 u o i Juntoa 1 .. nf Art'4o Hi3t-10 WM.tilmi from T..,. Mo.nlo. new
(10 ttigarfoot. tail tnr llnruir, '. -I* Armed Pope,. 1,00, -11) rnronadoIt0a I ..41- -'10 ('.. ., :.....,. .,30-* Veil lioat any KoluiiFHVktf Scranton his wife to I
1 Li ...1"1( T'*ra.(1eS 7 M n... TIIA .,&* 10.II Newe lt Nlghtwalah. Ihow No I .,,-. Movie. "b.yoaoton', I (.040 '4 Joe Fmtclld and Lena Fintella & E Corporation 1.01 1. River
.,< -4 Newe- Aaiter, Crenkfi' II Mliibway I nlrnl' ,,,00l'.II..n.o..III.. I ..0-1 Champliinahlp Wrealllnc it nebbl., "ro k. ln.Ij Ml4olo'a SOoty, Show husband and wife, Clyde L Davis side H i1thn. $10,MX()().
7 Movl. ." 900-6.1 Birhard llnone
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I Nawi-Honll.r. BrlnkMyTiOO 7:30: 4 le..v.nid llniialiin* Ceaafdy: 4101-11 Movl- No. t
... lu-13 Ortat! at Mliow on FarthOnlor and Cora Sue Green. as joint
11.1 JiHilhan' Winter 'IrliicclallIII 77. (.*ro. 1* .JO Blllv Thomas W Robinson to William )-
-4 Deelh Valley( Daye I( .\\t 'rf. Flli.Utonra. :, : 10 WoOer Theatra "": "" It NormS,. Playhoun, ( ) tcmints with (the right of vipcrvlsorship .
o Huckleberry Hound hI.O"t iT AY" L and Marie
,804, llav.hl.1e, II N... s N I) ',aG-. Ithol.6Amo..ndAod.. .,,30-4 Jack Benny Osbtiri Os
; Korin-ant 111 Ik co ID.II Imntia,. Hied 7:0&-U nmedy, Tim. : 7 Ulck Powell Theatre Tract 41, section 24 township burg. Land in Gomez Gram S2.'
7.30--4(11, 1)1.1 CHH Art Gre.ll .,.10I..u.d .11-10 Armed. .. ,....... on Parade" pa B 23 U 0,051.0' "10'_ I 0 00_4 Garry Moor* 'COlo.1 38 S.. range 40 E., Palm I SOl)).
Kepont ,. (loll lelephon, Hour I )
10,00- .. r ;
t 11.0.
t 7 Dr KlldareId 7.30-- Agrleultural Report MornlrigtlB ;; '
.7 Th. Vlrtlnl.nit Farms. JJ.XX( ( ).
7 Kon CIbia ,., Bay When t-7 And Wllllama loll, weekll Color) City Home Greathousc and J
III My Three gam u n c
I I? lInnI le unil Harriot0010.U .
'Ih. Ion Runner7tM -U N.". and Weath' ** 10 I I.it. of Kiley 10-11 The I"ltIn.i1ooi.la Fulmouth Limited to Middle
: Part; Ilnlia),, Hhow' 8,00 111 Wlnl.r 4' (lorry(llymi.lc.' Maaoa. -a (....'... .Krianaa. 7100'-'1 Farm Aim...* OtZS-a-7 III... N..., Weather Beorta Grcathotise. his wife to ThomasW
9,301)10.11 'IOn(nIl |II Parmrr1.to Th. Camera ...11 JImmy II.".. Rb.... ':00-4 Coral O. Romper 7 CartoonaIt I O.JO, -4 I Lov. Loop 12 Newe c\ Corporation Land and submerged Robinson Lot 2*. EvergreenPark
Rv. HlllblllM.T 1J.uhtnr'9.oo..4 .,so-a., 1t..1 ICoI.'b 0 Advoninr 'fh..,.. _New* aM... Griffin, (Lolorl, 11110-11 1'1.... Weather Bportt land! on Hutchinson Is- and easement and
rlr ,
In.li( Mrllalee Navy 7 .Fan Club Tnt* U Corned Tim. f Word for Word (Color) 11,2), -4 Movie. Mtreet. of CO.nmr"I richt-of
a.' Kflplonair.H'U (Ion ln. 10,00, -4 The NuraeaMyalary 10 ('.p..ln K.n'."... 7>la-.4 0.t.oao 4 Ooltatk 10 Too.aae* krni, I : :-J.7 Tonight wltb Johnay Car- kInd. $1.39SOOO. wny 10910.()
ey U N.oo'1,5 I'Io'hoe 71304 1;artoon-o.vllla" It Mornlna PlayhouM "" John S. Slcyt and Helen Sleys
!oDiok Van D,.. .011 .. a AiirlrulUir, Report 111500s I Ferry ..
10 Our .
II Hltlln' ,11-10, Unal. B..h 10 Fan AmarkanIt (., CumeniiatlnnIII Hiarllxht 'jrkeetra Honk and! Mary Jeanne Houk IxiiI
004 lunnr K. IO.IJ Kill. A lama (ell) -- -----
: > Bbow .
.. 5.10.-I 8". lunrlu Th..,.* .19 Prlo la HOt (Color 11. 0-> Movie'
T hlovnnth, II.Mir ID 11 Hid I'... (411,1' I A.i.Is ) I Sea Gate Harbor Addition '20-
"II Dirk '10,10 ,10 Tope, I. Bnnrle,, 10 Buita loom, 7(45-4 Ih* Llvtng War 11.30I...... TOut 9ba. III Bp.nl.b Newa
('h..oI Powell,, TheatreI II PrIor (iOflnII,00.4.t'7.IlI. 1100, _4 Alvln HliawIt .too-4 Uopl .Favorite .; MInI,. 1.1,0. (Color) 1 ,01-11 Nlghtwatek. .ovle Need 000)
( ,.00-44.14 1'1.... 190011I.. iIparto l / N..., Weather' BportaII Cartoon Tim. 7 a I'.rloo.. 10.II Th. ObJtt laAlUraooa :011: Mool'. Lake ----
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I u Newa Bill
kh.d.II !
I lltIO II No.... Wcalhar, BtMirta till-10 Unela Huh It Oo '.IC l moo,0 > WEDNESDAYFEB'
11:25 I : --4 Mo.' plunder, ttf the Bun ,
II.MO-. .1.' Tonlrht with, Johnny. Caraol 11.8M": ,.'.. Wahaah Avenue, .,i3.*-4 1'.nn.._ Tuicdoa "',:01-11 Fcatlval Nig 1 01.okio.s Faltk,3O 12'00-4.t *4... n On Farm in 0 e S .
10 Movl. "!Ch.. reulilat gay No' 11 ,ISO.-t Tonight, with Johnny Canon 7 Rnrr and K4n. (Calar. ) ., t Oman-oil: or 7 Your Flrit Impraaalon( (fC"ln.1) '
II BIO.II.hl Th... .. '(1Mor) 10 Juv.nll, ThaatraU City" 10.11 .....n K.,. MorningAflma ; ;
11,110Mo., .', I 10 Move. Show n..I,,".." I Holler (Lterhr 7 llr.ua: Boy 11,11, -. Movlo, Laat Holliluy., ( Mo.b..Pt)
I 0_II NlKKtiratek Mori" II Mivla. '0,00---4 Quick Draw MiCrawa 10 Fan-Amrlrana 1",30.8..n, for fun,,.. aa Home Loan Talksby
4,oa-II Movkt 1.01-11 NdrMwetrl4tOa .7 llMlor Hi-atoi.l., (Color) 11 Victory Baut! 't Chapel i-7 Tntth or Conaaqu.nc (Color.) t 4*.-10 Bpnc Evplorara (....oon.) Grade Area?
.-II Movl. (Oi3O, -4 Mlichly Muua* too-.4 Ihla la rOn LIT 10.11 ,.,h.. "n... //I.., S 00- Movl. "I'arla, Afternoon
a.' XL I (LolorlID 7 T.kimlg ..,149-4 CuhllnLight 7 Movte Ailvtntur Pt I
Fan American
/ II /0. J.l.ona tails, -1-7-11 N...
FEB 20 I F'RU\\I I I I .00-I Hln Tin Tint II Morning. Plevnenea, I ,,0Go4 ....* *f LIID /. AftornooaBama Need a small lake on your farm? don heroldt.

FEB, siSon. .7 (John I.. th. Manara. ".tit, B--5. Th.....*.Gaerad Heart Movie. Cry: Wolf, ( .. Mond. ..-1 If you live in the vicinity of the
Mornln, 1011 i.nooilP. torpor| rarleona -t--Th Chrl.loihir.; .. It 'fenneaae. fcrnl II,IS-t Mnn Who lx>v.d Reilhpada( proposed Martin Grade Road and
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Ito,, .. Mo.I. OO.'rplI I 7 HoHaona of ,..lIbto I tO>- 'II U.l.bl. !J...* 1,00, -t Ovarland TrallaMoyl ,
tOO-11 lIun.,.. ".,. ..... ( so MoM.c .o..tl 1.1 I'uryI Illbla Talk ItlSI Slur and tha Hlory Mon, III I.. Lowboy: from Brooklyn want a lake, the State Road DCnartmcnt .
Sh-4 IIlIn.I.. A._..... :I A mon.ri 'PI.-" W.t. Frk Topi Tuea I CO..._. Martin
of of "OutIh.S ItI Bi.nrl". $.m.t... Utluty of I I: ,, .04 CoIl; '.1-1 Tha Living, Word Ih.ir ,30-4 Moy.. "a..I.d" Vrpdli"I and County will
Art' I *
Hlitory (,rec and Roma" ft Harml ((root 1.0.-11: Pat 0,101.. "NI.nl.hk. build! you one by taking fill dirt
10.00, 4 Lamp Unt Fact 10 Tool Bear
.SO-II 7oo---looo.ooo'tko.trs Movla. AlUrnoon I rilth For Taday My 1(25-4 N..,. I'00-10 Youl Bar for use on Martin Grade Road f

.,00- I !Movie. "I.b. In 'the Dark 11,00'-4 Rk, Clog 7 Still ,.II10'"* I 7 do Girl-' 4 Talk Aa A* World Torn ii4, >'- I FhowgranarIvanlag The contractors will need 40,-
RCA VICTOR"Living 7 Movie. H.llywo.Kl, (.nvalraile', It t I Hrgant PrvHtoaYnuih II frntmtant ofahlp Hour
It M.4.. Matin.
(000)( ( cubic feet of dirt mile for
10 -4 Look Ua and per
,30- 'a Cooking With baa l and tOo lose Il4, _t B. My bunt-Dlaeuaaloa.
Afternoon to rnlleita PWil, 6 Bin Plctiir. 1.00, -4 .......o.d I,00-'.' N..... Snorts, Waathar ten miles.
(Same aa Modoaor.nhI Is thllilren'a( (Hour 7 ID tlornal Illbl (TalkII loOt a-7 Lota Maka a Peal (Color' ) 7 N 0001,4 Waalhar County Attorney Dean Tooker ileyc'zn1Lit
Color" TV 1,01--10, (: llcira Profile "
10 Movl KIn. Too Many GlrlittIO
,210.1. Nawa
12:19Movie Wllann I'l, I ._
4 Camera I Commission
reported at a County
: Movie "I: IInTO.* 1 nfee Ot.osa.l23O4 130-4 Hou. Fartya7 -II eo..m.nt-An Coos5,05.I
I .
.00JO.. ; hangaroualy They Mleml Matinee. t Wlr (Nrrvlra. Th. Dortora : 5,. Hunt-Adv.ntur. meeting Tuesday' about all available oUII;! J10w
7 That 1M. gr.
I Nitllwlnkl(,, ...
( ) 11 D., In Court 11 N.
4,30- -4 Max Blng Yml Blnnera"
10 Jewl.h Wor.hlp HourII right-of-way for the road! wil
Movie' Tnll I Froatlera ot (Win SilS-a., N... ..2*-4 W.ather how
9,40SMtotor 7 Th. 8", ......Rtrangor.. (0 rilaeov.rlea ,la Hclenr.knn 11130, Flrat 4 Slob Baptlat. of Mlaail Chuna Workahop II LI.. H........ .d Womon'. N... ,,30N.*.. be obtained by the end of February
II Banditand 1100, 4 Ta th. ... t HontVy.Urlnkl.y E.port
Toll 'r. kLit
1.11'I.hln.. He said ?
a about
Movla only two
IISIO, 110..... a., Ur.lla Young, 1 IS 8".rtool or me
(10 Lon Hanger I .00--H-1 ltopl..rfn. 7 Ihr.l.lofJo.tlp.. 10-11 a poor.I Hoapltal 11 NIght Mf on tOo Gold Coaal three parcels would havtr to be
It Flahlng, Wagther. SportdLyorbnt ,, 1* .. f.* Oknt.n.'
irdayV Oh 1'21-4 N.w. 5,45.-a Naw Walter Cronklta(
:: : Friend 'Ilob.. II 807 Sanatfri Smathara aid 3. 0Eri... of Night 1.7-Nawa Hunllay, Brlnkley, condemned.
.,00-4-1 N..., Bporta. ",..III. 5,10-Is, Ain.rlratl' HanoXand Houanit t-7 You Don< Bay SCamp) 10.11 N....
7 N..., Weather 12 Know Your. lllQMOO II.II qieen for a Day 7,00, -4 Deaih. Valley D.,. Given the choice of white clover .
"..... .,_1 the T.xnnWalch ,
10 Movie Dayi A.horV' Aftlrnoea 4 00-4 Strt lto.. SHocklob.Ppilund
ilOII$ Oontm.nl' I My. Wlrard 11,_4 It..... I a Match (I",. 7 But llllko or alfalfa. in the same field Talk it over with
II HlKh Palnrf 1 II Dial Art Craan
ay I .Frontier. (Ireue Mlckar Moua Club the honeybee will choose clover
a-, 4 Ho4d. Joarney III.II Major Ad..., Trallmaat 7.30-4 Chroniclet7 .
L } RMAN L'l'KOVtl' I rh. I'lineeraChamplonahlp 7 Comedy MotIon.IsA ,, 430-4, IIIn.'.. rlr.. 0,... Africa" Th* Virginian (Color) AlUlfa pollen i is harder: to reach.
\ \ I I I I Bowling wl.orW'bdII a Mnk. Knom. for, Dn.lly 10-11 Advanlura. ol 0.... and
'.lihaling* loll (Irok.rl Ihalleng: ((jolt I MonIr. "Tb,. Hhlnlnv Ho",.." H.rrt.lt First Federal
I 12,30 4 T.d Mark and Amateur 1 Houra
RCA VICTOR 5'BMono..t.. nI port. 10.11 M.J. Ad.no. Trallmaatet( .,00-4 F.Y.I I. 7Dt
; 3'001I".t.I"' -# III.I l lInud 1 1It> rWbV, Mu"ltol .,ot.Now.. Id-It Patty Duka SOon
Ih.m"lon.hlp: W'op15.g Th. 10-11 Am.rt..o. Nawaataad .,3O.-4 Tall It to .lha Cal.ra 1)S
; offen aONEYEAR. II lIno.to( lII.hll.hl. 10 Ten rn* .liOO, .-I .Huperman. II TOo F..r'. 01orhft.Paom
1''soW"'llin.. It Hlilhwo PatrolItO 111 Won.!? Wohmmk.o ', B..I' HiIlblll of Vero Beach
WARRANTY *- 4 Hhlrl.y lempl'
I ( 7 Iheatr 5', EolIoo,0010'lI
It Tlma
I I a Peonle. of Ih. llouk I' .
9-Sffi0 5.
en all'parts. I including your: color !! It rrnf..lnal Bnwler T..o. I ] ARC N. C.re,3G.4
: Tiimbat
1,49-11 Klahlng, Weataar, Iporta III.k too 0,..
10 )
picture tube) Pr"r..I".oI IlonhIetlSDloroo.ry I.S_I Thla la tha CloryKvanlng 1000-4 Den. )K.,. Show

SALES .& SERVICEFRANK'S Diamond Setting li..t 10 \1'0" Want to Know t-7 Eleventh Hour,
EXCLUSIVE( : 10 nick Powell Tbeetr Buying or building or 1 1a "
Walch & (lotk Repair I .l.'oof pm.th.ro.o 4 Hol'|",.d leportttOO ..00'-4-1 Nawa Waathar. Sport" II Channlng financing:
I .30-. .5 CbIpeo Rho...... 7 Nawa, W.tfpmIn home is of the
II.OO-4-4-7-IO New.. W.athar gportaII one big 'moves"of
TV Flue Jewelry RepairSpeciiiliiing II (h.nlpl"n.hlp( 110.,110( Movie Bin Go Cha.* YOII...'" Newa-Bill\ Shade)
: --n 'II.Me. T.I..o"he 11 Bporta KHra lltlS I 4 !Movl, "lha Balnted 11.1..." your life and it calls! for ION
In Fine iiiCHRISTIAN 10 In.lxht ,HO-II Comm.nl 11 i30-l Steve Allen Show REOPENiNG
and APPLIANCES I'Ha-10-11 1'1... "til-4 Four Btar Iporta 7 Tonight with Johnny Car.... (Color) of thought.
Stone 2SO, -4 Bporta,. Hpeclal Featuraa It N..... Waatbar. Bpmn 10 Mnvl.. "T....,"
llea4quuten tot ] Ill oooo."y '04It II N.,. I 11 IIt..II,,", Th.alre MIRFLAINE KENNELS
Laurl cud Ce: 0:20-7 Highway Patrol .
0LIvbg Color" TV, STUART 3,00-.a.7 Sends. v ...-4 W.athar I '0*-II Nlghtwatak ..,.. John R. Mooley, MItT Building conditions constantly
725 Colorado lilt Mnlp, Ueaperat Jobs',.," .:3a-4 NwaI 4OS, -It Movl.TFLhVISION(. \\eek
3,30'IC( Pd wolNflCN.a.Cooor Cnanr*. Huntkry. .Rrlnklay( Raport4ft Boarding Day o change. home values change and
5CINC P 1tf..... W.o,00. Month
JEWELERS 11 Ton' (Htar llnwllig, 11 Night 1.11. on 'h. 0.1d Co.., there arc many way to finance
RADIO' SERIS 4 00- ,4 !!:..,,,I.I.. ., -4 Nawa-WalWr Oonlil: : 4 RADIO
,., WomLrful( World of Golf 1-7-N.w.-Hurtl.y. Brink'.' TROUBLES? Obedience Training your home-with varying c Sum Contlnen/a( Prop. It BilenrAll Hmra' It ) .".-Ron Cork..,
RADIO STATION WSTU .,,30-.4 Twentieth Century ,.011-4 Mr rilI : LOlL r '-l.: no Grooming
53 F.. Ocean Blvd. Sluart EACH : 10 ....._.. Hatila tin. TV RENTAlS It is more Important than ever
MONDAY: 7:15 P.M. 11 Helen.All((.Blarl' 7 RlprordIt 5401 S. Federal Highway
4'So- New Highway Patrol HUNT TV & APPLIANCE 464-3371 I to talk to experts like First; Federal
..00-4 Hold VenturaB.7 Ti30-4 To Tell tha Truth It .a.'r: m HON lit)! I.Ft' tni> | Fort Pierce Phone
Wild Kfnadim, l 5.7 Movie, I'rlnr..* of ('lop..." Savings of Vero Beach about
Almost Everyone Listens To ID.It __ .
\V7 ellmaeter lo.ll Outr limit. -- --- ;
S T U till-It All Pro KenrehoariitSO I,oo-4 I I'.. Rot a 80...' property investments and about
-I O.R. ('.11... Bowl ':30-4 I.uey POe,
W 7 rlorld, ForumIt (in.lt W niton Train Color) possible financing.
RADIO STATION I I.euee and An.wer.It "tOO-4 Danny Tho...
Toe Atar Bowling ..,3e-. And 43,11(1,0a. School of ChristianityLEE'S
i:3, _7 Camera 7 .,
HolI.ood and Ih.I Itarn First Federal
MUTUAL NETWORK? FULL TIME 1450 K.C. 1:49- It tlahlng. Weataar. II"pen.It II M'Hlo'. Hoop will give you a
"(.hI.... Weather, II"" ... 10.011-4 Faat Bid*-Wat Sid loan with
... 1.taO-7 Dateline I.' Mltrh, Miller a repayment plan to>

MONDAY thru SATURDAY 7:39: SUNDAY SERENADE Evening' ..0.30B.o.10.It Rreaklnt."..,Point
I 6:30: NEWS AND FARM WORLD Good Music ',,00-11.7 Meet the ,..... (Color. ) N.... Waathu.Bporta power.

6:35 STATE NEWS ANDEA1I1FR IOMI.oIP'pooCO'fpPOO'O It l'homplon.hlp llrliltretoa .. .21-4 Show. Lova Ne.t"

6:40: CLAY'S COKMRN ": TO Tim. ".ilk--7 10 PeeliimlID W* Want I. Know 5l,3 III-Mnvle l.7 Tonloht. .,.Ktaveoonr'It with. Johnny Caraoa They'll allow you to reduce totalmerest

rvery half hour All-Pro Kcor.bo.rd Blarlla-ht Thaatr
la.Mool. costs by making advance!
.i30 4 Hawaiian by!: .
Tide .
Your Mlnkter 7:45 N.
at : 5,05-to Bpanl.h Invites
I Contact (.1\.1 Projection Five (.It.1)
at time
It Nllhlwati-h' Mo.l. payments any you eel
TO Weather al 7.05: 8:35 7 Florida Perot.lIHmto.'otp 4.0>-II Movl "

S Birthday Show & Ilu pltal Reports at 9:05 Weather II Nightlife' on the Gold Co.., - flush.

10.00: Local New it 8:00 and 10:00: TtOO-4 Lae.le (Color) TUFSD I \ Y
1-7 Hill Pana 1(00wIs
_ National New N.... Bporte. Wrathey FEB 2Morning. You
,,,30M.. raverlle M.rtlaat
Walt DIo'., (Color arfciia. kara ara In...... a. .. tlOOOOar
MONDAY tin FRIDAY SATURDAY 10.11 Jamie MrPheelere .tit,-4 hn.... Bem.ater, "Outline' ofth lha rWal Savtan mod L.m lawvr.aaM .
..00'-4 Kd: Bulllven the* I HI.tomy of Art" Cmvalloafc Vaai .aur atart at aw
,30-a.7 GrlndlM .0-10 Molly Turn. 11- wltk .., aooual aa<.l aM aar
10:00: Here' Barbara 10:00: World of Music SUNDAY .II A..... and Trial a 20-10 Homomeker Fag wl .. any tint.Copyrighted.

10:15: Bulletin Board 10:15 Bulletin Board ..00-. Judy( Garland Showt7 ,.ate_4 Movie. "W* Were. IIlnn.... To
Bo.... 7 Moo)., Adventure I Ft I ( (1964))
10:30: Here' Barbara 1 10.30: News 11 :00 Baptist Church (except AlternaonHam

10:35 World of Music Methodist on 3rd Sundayof ( a. M.... .' except)
10:58 Stock Report$ 11:00: ..1..1M..I... The Lovemaker"
: each month) 1,00-4 Lav *f tif, *
11:00:: News I 11 I ::05 World of Music 12:00 Sports I Anthology Th....* HearJ. WANTA
II Mo.... 'Trim. (lly Nlitht
11.05: World oMu( io 11:30: New 12:05: Sunday Serenado MOVE I JO-I P."". Ifnd.r..

1 11:05 Women FcrunXWtxI.( only) 11.35: World of Mudo 12:35: Lawrence Walk 4:3O--4, Movie. M.. .Iceland.... yamlly Hoyo.on"I COMFORTABLE

11:30: Newt 12:00: National News 1 1:00: Sunday Serenade 00-10 tone hn... MORTGAGE?

11:35: World of Music 12:05 Martin County Newi 1 1:3': Sing Along With Mitch TVMfl I,U-t Krula* kIds U TM .... ........ I... to

12:35 Martin Co. Agrl. Agent 2:00: News TotM Evening promo yaur haM*.
12:00: National Newt .I too. .... Nw*. w..t...... Baortl toll"io.Ft.lor...: al Var .,
1 JOO: Newt 2:05: Sunday Serenade 7 N.... Weathey SIG PAULSONUnity You ... aav ll I afl? In ....,.,.1.....
12:05 Martin County Newt 1 1:0': Afternoon Show 2:35 Sunday Serenade 1* M..... Hl.. "Ann Vlckere. *lnl Mthlv.._In.tallmanta.. R...*..... .la,.

12:3ONews: 1 1:15: Martin County Museum 3:00: News ---- -

12:35: Luncheon Melodic 1:30: Afternoon Show 3:05: Sunday Serenade minister Inlernallonul( lecturer: and writer. Ills travels PhoaMt Veto Beach JO 2-237J

(School Program Tucs. only) 2:00: Newt 3:30: News 11 have Included visits to the Unity work in Europe and Nigeria.

205: Road Show 3:35 Sunday Serenade
12.55 Stock Market Report
: Ills will help lo seek find and
mnwaue you
2 10( News 400 News 'i1.V'Jj. express your
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1.05 1.00:: Afternoon Newt Show 2:35: Road Show 4:05 Sunday Serenade it. ( I !:; divine potential. FIRST FEDERALSAVINGS

3:00: News 4:30: News

3.35: Top Tune *ul! 5:00 3:05: Road Show 4:35: Guest Star II''CBANHEL ,1 & LOANASSOCIATION

5.05: Stock Market Report 3:10( News 450: Guard Session I ," TUESDAY, FEB. 25 8 P.M.

5:50: What Going On 4.00 Newt 5 05 Hcre't to Vets II MUSTER OF

5.55= Florida State Newt 4:05: Road Show 6:00: National News f1 INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

6:00 Martin County New 4:30 News 6:05 State News and Weather I'! "Golden .\,- ..-...\.. His Subject"EVENTFUL 2945 14th AT*. Dial IO 2-2373

6:10: Weather Acros Nation 4:35 Road Show 6:10 Sunday Serenade Vote Beach, Florida

6:15: Hook Line and Sinker 5:00 Newt 6:30: News II Cross Fire" Want( a girt that speaks from Free PartJnf on 15th AvenuelOURSi

630: News J.ln 5J05: ) Road Show 6:35 Herald of Truth LIVING"at
Installing I powerful Golden the heart? Srnd towers! 9 to 3 daily, except Wed-
7:00: Fulton Lewii 5:30: News 7:00: Music

7:00: Jaycee Spotlight (TUeI. only) 5:35 Road Show 7:35: Lutheran Hour Crow Pies te actually like no* iMday, 94o 12. Open S to 7 Friday -

7.15 Curtain Tim 5.50: What's Going On) 8.05 Word in Review tel your TV set miles nearer the 1 ODD FELLOWS' HALL evening. Closed All Day

I 8:00: Newt & The World Today 5.55: Florida State Newt 830: Sports 11101\. You'll tee sharper it ( ......VK Saturday.

9O5: Inside- Book 600: News 8:35: Music From Beyond Tb clearer picture on al chitMavWilcoxHardyTV .. 407 Florida Avenue, Fort Pierce Florida "WhT CurfAitwn Send ThHr

9:10: Music from Beyond the 6:05 Road Show Stan 'til 10:30: Q: Frititdt"II .

11:00 7:00: Bongo 'til 11.25 ..
Stan "td : Party :
(SponsoRHl I by Unify of Fort Fleets 704 South SdI Street
110: National. Start and Local 11:25 National State Newt and 10:30 News U 77 .... BMCkZmttk I C.OCCAN tin STUART FLA. I ,

Weather 1035 State Weather CCD 1.. I % Crystal M. Leon..nI, Unity 1IIb11s,".)
Newt. Weather : News I C Up AT.7-0300 _J t

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WitOs IU\lIlU1'I: I 1I\t.R I David DcOerrv, left record the results while Gayle Sirola registers/ her reac ..' w, ; I Pedicures '

terrte inns 10 colored lighls by npplymg the brake with her fool. David. constructed the apparatrt himself, 'ts; .. p a sI 'Relating, Facials
and' (he results he ;;
obtained from various tests l will be hll, exhibit an the Martin County High School: ;;a
/ Science:' Fair on Friday! and! S.urdIlY., Feb. 28 and! 29.Iclkrry's --'lI. s. + +F to t ri I

mils Science Fair Project t;......; .' !ot.'i .k&w.. WF ARE NOW OPEN .
-((. S \\'t: 111 U' l\\IIION-Mirlin Counts Board tf (ontnus '11 Bench on tlutchinson: Island 1 this recent picture indicates I MONDAY thru SATURDAY

stoners his .ll'l'fI'I'rlIed, funds" t hI' repairs u' nslullmiiini .\n ten- \ inn oI i dmuitf h
Lot( Boys React Faster Than Girls -- -

2.- I .Itetaete,___, >' .. .
1- ; 'i DI1 L..4 L eae.Matr tar rMeleaelntaslslltetai 1'1II'I' vanes receiving, wrvicoconnceleJilisibililv :

To Glitter of Bright LightsBy I News for Veterans j I not stake death annual.(.OMpiiiMtion I, ncoim' reports need! + y .. w

1 BUNNY:\ ABBOTTA In the high chool- group, the fair- Issued by Keller Hc\crugu! Dipt. Is

{S Martin County High School I avenge time for boys was 419 (But I Fit still I like lo know when Arresting i Minors I

senior, in (Iho process of completing of one second; for girls, .497. The I'm going to get slower than the .. .
I UK Slate '
fastest Bcvcrigi IXpnrlntent
his individual reaction Will that teen !
(for the school's science average -agcr )
fair project, to be held in the new- of "Buck" Mauldm junior quar- Fiiilure of II i number of Florida. to avoid! the termination of prcs hits announced that n n tanking:
gym on Friday and ilurday Feb terhack and biisebill catcher, who MARRIAGE. veterans, and widows ot deceased I ant payments und the issuing ol down both on place selling! mloxic 1
2S and 29 has ascertained! a few recorded a reaction lime of .:H IICFNSF veterans, to return their anmud demand for repayment of all pen ,ml* lo milers and on the minors
facts. about the effects of bright undisturbed. and 395 when dis APPLICATIONS:\ income questionnaires i to the Veterans sum payments received list >eurI I II I ,in povMAsn n ol n\lcanl FUNERAL HOME
lights on the human species which trading elements were introduced Pedro Cordero to Pelra Her. Admmistrttion 1the Jan. I he law. makes its m imlatorythat I One hundred and hfly minors
have long been suspected, but possibly The distraction consisted of remarks nandez, both of Indian town, 31 deadline pose's a threat of "possibla completed questionnaires betubm I have been wrested Ihm fur. and! Air Conditioned Chapel
never proved by spectators: the sound of Paul Edward Schamore, louis- loss of current pension pay tied to I he VA each year by more are l hung ipprchciulcd regulirl -
The results of a series of tests music, and other assorted noises. villa, Ky. to Gertrude Evelyn Jury, men Is plus retroactive repayment each pension recipient to determine I, >," said Si.ilk Beverage OircC, .
conducted by David DcBerry son Needless to say, all persons tested. of Sarasota. of pension 1963. money received dur- whether annual income front' all tar Kich.irJ i R: kciilmg: : citing:: ,nro; R CECIL JOHNS RONALD II, JOHNS
of Mr. and! Mrs D. P. of showed a faster reaction when undistracted ing other sources exceeds the legal gress of Operation Minors. ,a i
DcBerry .
Eldorado Heights, indicates that Frank E. Willoughby to Florence John W. Keller Martin County ceilings program: aimed ut reducing, I leen. Licensed! Funeral Directors
males react faster to the bright Third and fourth grade average Edna Holloway, b o I h of : Veteran Service oil leer. said, Income received In I9M( plus age drinking 1012 INDIANTOWN ROAD, STUART
lights than do females. (The tests reaction times were: 666, boys, Louisville Ky. !that the VA will still accept completed that anticipated! for 1964 must 1 he Arrests big in following disJri .
did not, nor were they intendedto and 684. girls The averages at I I Allan Edward Wood. Fort quelionn.llre8 i !sent in now reported Mr. Keller explained hut ion if more than UK-hilf million -
Ocean Breeze to avoid hardship, eligible Hi pointed out that those vcler Telephone AT 7-3434
Indicate whether males react Park were .470, Pierce, to Carolyn Frances upon pamphlets acquainting youngsters '
faster to females then they do to men, and 508, women. i of Jensen! Beach. Riley. I pension recipients He added that I sos receiving rvice-conncitcd dm with I ho law prohihting poesition \. 24-Hour Ambulance Sen-Ice: Oitff. FqulpmralTh .

bright I lightnor; whether they re- The detailed results of David'sexperiments I prompt action will be necessary ability compensation and tenets of alcoholic beverages ---" ---- _c-=-..: =-=---c.: ... _
act faster to females when the will compose his exhibit '! -.. -
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lights are. not so bright) I at: the science air, because ,v ".. ,1 4 t': tad ,
1 The results also indicate that limited spice precludes his exhih a.- .psi 'f'd' I to f
:the reaction t of high schol studentsto sting the apparatus, with which he r' pl, '1r" 'w
lights it fatter than that of folks obtained the results, at district, 4 9 y r 4 -.. ,
of retirement age. who in turn, re. region and state levels This is un- g I ,..iI t
faster than fortunate, since the home-made I
act elementary schoolchildren apparatus re r. a r i. v pe
though this may involvea I showed a high degree of
degree of understandingD mgenu ty. Cv'u. ? ivY
conducted his tests a t His timer consists of a 25 r p.m. .' k.. N, t -/m'; Eeiyv ,
Martin County High School with,I nwiei. *wIth a Tlnnil Tlntrh..unj ,.
students of grades ten through a friction drive on the timer hand.
twelve' Parker The hind records on a dial call apt
ngs" School: wih: third and fourth Elementary: : graders : brated to one-hundredth* of one f I : df ;

; and at Ocean Breeze Park, second. v
I"'Iy with retirees. The timer is connected to a con Isl Islr
(lit would have been interesting trol panel, whKh switches on col. i ",
if he had had tine to test other ored lights and the timer sunultaneously I '
; s
male groups! between high school ,I t +
' age and retirement age since this The person being tested sits in l ''tiiM1Ys/VT5
nit! reporter, who is "over thirty-nine," chair, with the right foot in the iX.s
ce showed a reaction time comparing approximate position of the accelerator II IIa A41 t
favorably with the teen-age aver of a car at the side of a it"s" k
age.) brake Bed.il. When a liuht ones on
................ the foot is applied as quickly as 'YI 1
er ..... ...S WORLD'S possible to the brake, stopping the 'l / 0 + r
time and measuring the time be .
T. A ro e
LARGEST wean the switching on of the .r. t
lit INIYBNrt ill IIIIIUNIIC.WAII ] light and the application of the Iarr.
lit Call brake e a

.rinuMa[ttat a.t11, M. aI1NIMPWaaaatoaear Four lights I colored! red, green, y7> < $ r'I .
AT '-382' 're 1
white and yellow are housed in / ty ? .I' yq
.................._.... a cigar box, Apparently the color r elka'v fwtla
a of the light affected the results of t
all. k, A
Ig Headphones used! by the person I' Y,;; ,
Home located in double .t-I
being tested serve a pur '
Stuart Schools. pose[ shutting out noise. for half tII\ \ ., I M.t '
d near the tests. and being attached to a I .... ...v"" '.I, t" r'A

e BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, other recorder half.for Naturally distraction, a during recorder the .,, '!'tl'rt '.,1'1 / '. iy'I I
a\ ''lf
CENTRAL AIR CONDITION. I i\n't really needed for distraction I k S ,1
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ING.. AND 1IF.UTNG. COMPLETE : An audience rapidly Catches on ,kJ lurrr' ,.,,,I dS: r.I(. 1 .
and! supplies all the distraction .
: SPRINKLER SYSTEM necessary Saturn 8-IV, built by Douglas Aircraft and I (lowered by ii. Pratt I Whitney Centaur spurs vehiilct, hulk by General) Iynaml Anlroniiulm and
a Davids project will be but one Aircraft RL10 liquid hydrogen engines lifts from ill launching pad at Cap. powered by two HMO engines, biffim the Ant to r mh outer spas| w through
CALL AT 7-0531 of many on view Fib 28 and 29, Kennedy, liquid hydrogen power
4i so join the crowd! and! come to the '
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How to power a space vehicle to the moon and beyond I



Ile1a. Successful flight of the Centaur and Saturn S.IV RL10 engines performed perfectly for the required tim :

signal a new era in space vehicle propulsion-the era of more than six minute. I
of liquid hydrogen rocket fuel Both of then
VI i a* a vehicles
Saturn S IV, developing 00,000 pound of thrust from I
were powered by Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
t' its Ii" RL10 engines, wa the second space vehicle
liquid hydrogen RL10 engines. i
powered by liquid hydrogen to explore outer space. :
The RL10 wan designed and developed for NASA' In thin Saturn S.IV flight the RL10 engines fulfilled

Marshall Space Flight Center by Pratt & Whitney their assignment" by burning for almost eight minutes, I

meriean Schools Aircraft at its Florida Research and Development Just a* planned I
1 Center. The engine hall been operated at rated thrust
of 15,000 pound for a total of 175 houn in more than Thus, Centaur, Saturn S.IV, and Pratt t Whitney
8 ?1'Train Your Pharmacist 4,500 firing Aircraft RLiO engines became today' pioneers in
to the value of liquid hydrogen for flight
proving space
Centaur powered by two RLIO engine, became the
Use the Medicines of All to the moon and beyond.
first U.3 apace vehicle to uw liquid hydrogen a* a fuel
\-L the World for You when it wa placed in orbit November 27,1961, Under Pratt & Whitney Aircraft j.i continuing to advance I i'

... \ the direction of NASA Lewis Research Center Centaur propulsion technology for future space vehicles at its .'
Th vital Ingredients of your prescription accurately completed miwion requirement The Florida Research! and] Development Center. q
4) and medicines com from the fur

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pharnuckt b trained In American skills --sI I
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a=- The ibm artist rendering above the Saturn S-IVpm f A I
STUART DRUG CORP.Your vehicle shortly/ after. separation 'from ill "booster.
Ju MX RL10 liquid hydrogen ngins dovelop 90,000

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mIle S tuart Nruui ,: LYONS' COLUMN


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1964 to Notice,

Published every Thursday at III East Ocean Boulevard, But Spring Has
Stuart, Martin County, Florida I
Entered M second-class mail matter at post office at Stuart, Florida

Sprung'Locally ,
lit arrival South Florida wr
is inch a delicate thing thai few people notice

LARON H. CAIN, Advertising Manager s
MY INDEX of Spring is the mulberry tree
MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Martin County, Florida, $'-.50 per year; two yean in the back yard, leafless for a couple of
$8.50. (Subscribers living part of the year in Martin County may pay at these rates) months!, now bursting with small green leaves
Anywhere else In U.S.A., $5.00 per year, two years $9,50, and fuzzy flowers.
Six months $2.75, three months $1 .75. *

Foreign and Canadian rates on application OUR FIRST fruit of the season will be

Juicy black mulberries harvested! in March
and how delicious they are in cobblers or as I

: Good Plank lor a Governor Candidate! plain mulberry pies (or just mulberries and

I Car Owners Taken for Saps by HikeIn THE. HICKORY tree by my window is .
also covered with small green leaves and! the ...... .

first blooms of the new year It producesnuts rM; ,'-10, ,. !" _;
Auto Plate Costs for 6 Years! abundantly and at least two families of .;. ,.. *. -" '.-. .... J '/ <"I/II". w
squirrels that nest in the big mango tree har ;' tiJ; ..". '" '" ... ;'j' .: ; ''": It"ry: 1:' ', '
vest food! from it each fall 'ii1' ift .iJ i .,1 ,,: ;.. :;.}: ;, ':....: ,.; t.,.. ,l.t.. ,
One of these days the long-suffering car. for regular tags and $20.10 for W-tags, at '1' s"1 a ; .
of Florida is f. d, ;11 .",,1 '( f ;;;::;; ..,c;. +}11:... _
owning voting population goingto $2217 and $1029 they amount to highway THE SQUIRRELS, by the way, will compete -
turn in rage on the politicians who keep robbery with the blue jays and mocking birds for

robbing them blind by jacking up the cost of It I ID time for a governor cimdidate to the mulberry crop. There's always enough for BIG AND R\MBLING is the way to describe the assembly 150 persons, including technicians and craftsmen The building

auto licenses come on out to pledge to work for $10 tugs all building underway at the Martin County Airport by Grumman Is 300 feet long and 150 feet wide. It is scheduled for completionby
The 1964 deal is the rawest yet. In additionto all the 'Ih.it' twice much s Aircraft The $250000 plant will provide employment for around July 1 1.
way. as some
boosting the price of regular t tags $5 andW.tag'l
THE BIG OLD Mulgoba is also in
states charge And also to cancel that silly mango
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$7 the conniving rapscallions at Tallahassee bloom It usually has a first. and! second!
charge of a month a for sit crop
added one-twelfth of the total this year years
and will do so for the next five years "in orderto year plus a rebate for what the suckers got hooked! one maturing from July to mid-August and the Deposits Uf 95 Per Cent Since 1955
other in
for this September The squirrels and the
make all licenses! come due at the end! of year .
June the beginning! of the new fiscal year" A universal $10 auto Mg, plus the slate's downy-breasted woodpeckers enjoy the mangoes
', too and, like the
mulberries there's
Bunk, bull and baloney! So Florida residents share of gas tax, plus federal gas taxes returned plenty for everybody. Comptroller Green Reports on Florida BanksThe
are going to be driving with last year'* to the stale in the tone of road! credits, .
license! for half a year on their vacations in would! be plenty to keep the Stale Road! Department -
WE HAVE had! all winter and
other states? This is just one more scheme to in clover. should continue to have papayas them through midsummer stability of the economy of loans and discounts was reported!, States t Government obligations, the soundness of the economic demands -
milk dollars out of automobile owners. Who From what we hear, the public is really because of Florida is reflected m the continued Green said, which was an increase were 10.27 per cent of the assets, Green said "I don't feel
wants to bet that another $5 to $10 won't be fed! up on the current license plate boost used to thwart the an ingenious fruit fly scheme I growth of state chartered! com of $112,773,434 over 1962. Loans: as compared! with 9.76 per cent we have been either t too conservative -
added! by the time the sixth year arrives? willing, anxious, eager to hack somebody who papaya mercial banks and trust companies, including mortgages, were 42.23 in 1962. or too liberal in the approval
per cent of the banks assets as compared Green said 285 new banks were of charters. Our main ,
Licenses already too high at $1'.50 will the cpnccrn as
were give car owner a break for a change, THESE Stale Comptroller Ray E. Green
pesky hugs which look like
with 38.63
declared per cent on Dec. chartered throughout the nation always is whether there is a definite
large wasps had been ruining every papaya 31, 1962/ during 1963. Texas was first with need for a bank, und that once
: that set on my trees They hardly waited for Green reported that total deposits Green said time deposits accounted fifty-three, Florida 'second with established, it would! be a sound
the fruit to leave the flower stage before sting us of lust Dec. 20 were $2-:! for 40( .02 per cent of the forty.two, and California third institution and would serve. the
'Wild West Down South' Is ing it and depositing their eggs inside, which 143.398059, which represents an total deposits of state banks as of with thirty. The comptroller said needs of the people] ," ,
I ComingTo soon turned! into larvae and! ate the increase of I 1.9 per cent over thoseas Dec. 20, last year, as comparedwith of the forty-two chartered in FlorIda Total deposits at the end! of the
from the inside out, papaya of Dec. 31 I, 1962/ : In those total 3810) in 1962/ sixteen were Male calendar )year in 1955 were $1,-
Circle-T Rodeo Week End"The a deposits were included! time Obligations of the United States The tremendous growth of Florida 099,022.634, Green said, while at
on (savings) deposits which amountedto Government accounted for 33.31rcd"CithVf during the lust thirteen years the close of 1963 they had increased
THE LARVAE drop to the ground, burrow $857,734,870, an increase of per cent of the state begun to accelerate in 1955/ Green a little more than 95 per
into the earth where they become pupae, 6.' per cent. banks as 32.84 said at the end of 1955 there were cent as compared! with 1955
Wild West way down South" mightbe At the rodeo professional riders competefor and later emerge as full-grown wasps to sting The comptroller pointed o u t per cent last year, the comptroller 149 slate chartered. commercial He said total loans as of December
a good way to describe the Circle-T Rodeo, prize money in contests to see who can more fruit !It is a deadly and practically hopeless that in dollars the total depositswere said! He added that cash repre banks and trust companies. As of were up 167 per cent over
Martin County's own, which will be held at stay on bucking broncos the longest, who can cycle. up $40,7X0,609, over the sented 11.48 per cent of the assets, Dec. 20, last year there were 219. :the same period in 1955, while
Indiantown next !Saturday and Sunday after same period for 1962 He said! total as against 16.27 per cent in 1962 "The chartering of state banks total capital: accounts had increased
noon.It bulldog steers in the shortest time, and! most BUT I found! out how to lick it. As soon resources at the close of last Securities. other than United has been based! on the law and on 168 per cent over 1955
will be G, C Troup'i seventeenth successive successfully ride belligerent bulls. There are 1 year were $2.381.225,320. which
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show in an arena which, has grown entertainment acts in addition to these standard around it, the same type of glassine bag that was a gain of $70.718,855 over
from wooden bleachers to a steel and concrete conlcits Rodeo clowns will be on hand!I i is used to store food in a freezer The wasps 1962.
Rodeo Bowl capable of seating 15,000 spectators to act as rescue men if riders are thrown. could sting through it easily but they don't, A total of $1,005,673.640 in

on the two days. A rodeo i iv like a hull-fight without blood, even after the fruit has expanded! to fill out the -- -
) The rodeo has dune much to spotlight In- although not always without broken bones. entire hag Apparently they can't believe that
diantown and western Martin County This Part of the fun is the crowd itself You'll I papayas could have a cellophane skin '
I year, for the first time, Life Magazine played sec whole families front tiniest tots to mom a
I it up as one of the top entertainment events of' and'pop all logged out in Western attire Martin CALLING them 'papayas" will i/psct/ t a

the Florida winter season, Counly Commissioner will he there withtheir Harry Dyer who will stop me on the street -
The rodeo lurea old fans and! makes new new Stetsons You can expect an action- next time he sees me and say: "You know better "
ones each season. It tells again the age-old! packed! two hours or so of equine and bovine than that. They tire paw-paws.' Yes, I know
conquest of man over brute, the primal suc- events after G. C Troup and other silk-shirted I the old-timers called them paw-paws, and! they
cess over the horse and the cow (some of which riders parade Old! Glory around! the arena, In culled avocudocs 'alligator pears." We're goIng The opinions: expressed thoseof
still resent it.) the grand! entry at 2:30: p.m. to have to adjust to the times, Harry the writers. If desired, el letters
are printed above a nom de plume
ANOTHER sign of Spring, is the Surinam but never without I The News knowing
the of the writer Letters
cherry bushes covered! with frothy white blossoms name rk

It's Been Going; on for a Long, Long Time One of the most delicious tropical fruit in the sent waste in anonymously basket.-The are Editor.filed r 7rta
is the black Surinam cherry-not the common 1
red. But don't trust it to come from seed! IMCtNStD: AT INGUSH: k '

I Youngsters Acting Silly Over Beatles; Like most of our fancy tropical fruit Us seeds TR.UEHIII CUBA
do not always reproduce true to the parent Editor Stuart News:
stock and! it is much safer to graft Have just heard the Hunllcy-
Shades of Valentino, Frank SinatraUsually Brinkley Report and! am doubly

MOST EVIDENCES of Spring on our yard enraged and! incensed;

are delicate, except for one-and! that'* when Not too long ago the English
nice teenagers in Miami and New effort to be as close as posible to the plat the moss of pinkish-magenta azaleas will burst had a contract to provide! buses
York have been criticized in the lust few days fonn." Police, pushed! and shoved!, finally gave into bloom in about a week on the north front for Castro, now it is boats and!
because they left their adult-planned credit.
program up machinery on -
of the house. -- ,
of growing up, and education, to play hookeyfor 'Flying glass scattered! over the crowd. It's just unbelievable and right t

a few hours to become a screaming, yelling Youngsters fainted, and nurses who were stand THEYILL FLAUNT their solid! color now every red-blooded IOU per ay
mob at the arrival of the Beatles the mop- ing by, rushed to the aid! of adults crushed! in I for just t about one week-and! then be subdued cent American should raise up on -
browed popular English singing group the muss of humanity 1 he half. his own and boycott everything
press agents until this time next year. I don know English und dont dot
Miami Chief of Police Rocky Pomerance, heartedly, called for the mob to contain it why they do it; the whole effort seems for the forget to

irritated that his and! Miami's routine had been self." nothing since they haven't any seeds. It's eyes up lo m little people and ; ,,
upset was quoted! as : "I'm going towrite ,
Oops! Beg your pardon) We got the wrong I long past due
the FCC about the way WQAM and newspapers The first quote was from a Los A VISITOR told! me the other day that he Wake up, Americans, and Ict't
\VFUN stirred" up those kids Total lack of Angeles newspaper in the 1920's describingthe j missed the raspberries and! blueberries of a hack up this big wonderful coun
public service. afternoon arrival of "screen hero RudolphVatentino Northern Spring Well, we have the blue- try of ours
What brought on this determination to sic at a Chicago railroad station.. Thesecond berries-but you have to know where to find Sunny Stephenson
the FCC on everything in sight is found in two the arrival of Frank Sinatra at aNew them There are also some blackberries and
paragraphs from two newspapers! : York theatre for a 1941 concert dewberries but very scarce compared! to the HOSTS MRIIF I ROM
The screaming, yelling female mob thickets in other areas. JAMAICA SCHOOL
Yes, last week's New York and! Miami I
stormed toward the platform. Chairs were teenagers were acting most "unusual." By' Dear Editor! and Friends of
destroyed and! windows were broken In an the way, Mom did! you ever get to see Rudy AN IMPORTED Ceylonese black raspberry Martin County:
or Frankie those afternoons? can be grown most t successfully in Greetings from the beautiful Island
I of Jamaica! We have been
coastal Martin County areas, although a heavy

Ike League Objectives: frost/ .will knock it for a loop. have here Jut four deeply weeks in love now with and the FIRST IIVND LOOK at the new Grumman Aircraft assembly building/ going up at the Martin

More Recreation Areas Normal Procedure place and its people. County Airport is being taken by left to right, Art Melrose, manager of Grumman Aircraft
Way YEP, I ITS Spring again, as the squirrels We both interests; Tom Hillier county building! inspector, and Frank Wuchu. chairman of the Martin County
Acquiring and! developing) more community Out in Outer Space keep forcibly reminding me I have a big only in are teaching busily but engaged in workingout not Commission
recreation areas places where urban dwellerscan stag.horn fern on the/ bole of the mango tree, a program of promotion for

fish! hunt, camp and! just stroll In the When Ranger VI went plugging into the! with a quantity of spagnum moss underneath lona School at Ocho Rios, Jamaica tented people asking little to keep over those assembled! For a lovely QUOTABLE' QUOTES
woods-will be undertaken by 10,000) ) memo Sea of Tranquility on the moon on Sunday, it. The squirrels sneak down und! help, themselves Mr Bost is teaching religion them happy, moment it was an exciting, joyous .
bers of the Izaak Walton League in 500 communities Feb :2!, it was perfectly normal that ill television to the moss to line their slieks-and- speech and! literature in the breath of spring to hear two If Madison" Avenue is taking
The is
throughout the nation.. The program cameras should full to work in the leave nests high in the tree every time they're high school. I have the nursery- front of scenery us the blue breath-taking, blue In young girls tell of their w k's18' the brunt of all our troubles! there
is designed! to provide recreational areas closeto crucial minutes before it hit about to have another batch of young 'uns. kindergarten class in the elementary behind and around the water; cation at the youth conservation' is a silver lining, to the situation..

residential! and industrial centers so time, They ere demonstrating in outer space the school; The' more than dlO pupilsinclude hills covered with cocoanut us palms high, camp in Ocala lust summer. Thi.couldn't Street Madison off Avenue has taken Wall
the .
money and effort to travel to and! (trout these willful independence of man-made machines, AN AMAZING amount of wildlife can be blondest the valleys lush with banana groves; have been rehearsed.! -Harry Gulden
children and
areas will he minimized!. a characteristic well known on earth observed in our back yard!, even though we're Jamaicans I the darkest. of native the plains with miles of sugarcane How refreshing for a change to .
The Marlin County Chapter of the Leagueis They were a far out expression" of the i in what might be culled! downtown Stuart deaf boy. um tutoring a Pigs, cows, goats and people !see such natural, spontaneous, enthusiasm In this day and
actively supporting plans to acquire a sea fact that plumbing, refrigeration or healing I locks of robins raid! the pepper tree for its wander everywhere Donkeys for something clean andsimple age, what more
lona IK a private Presbyterian with/ their double burdens and and! normal. It wasnt what startling yet safer way Is there to
shore park and new bout and recreationareas appliances always bud! on t red berries
rumps go a Saturday nightor School unconventional
run by two fine Christian appear than
they said-it the sheer delight by upholding
women with hflge, well-laden baskets was
in the Flood Control District a Sunday, when cant
waterways you get a : Jamaicans the
repairman whose one ambition is they showed in recalling their daysat conventions,-Isaac
We commend! the that IN THE NEXT few weeks, as they work or pitiIs ot water o n their
league for these goals carburetor und fuel pumps go on the to train leaden with intelligenceand heads stroll along Road are camp. Completely at ease and RosenfeldIf
and from As fritz in the middle of six.lane their back from the tropics to the North. .
urge cooperation everyone our traffic; and that I way hash moral standards for !leadership treacherous, narrow winding and totally unselfconscious, their story
population grows, there will be constantly increased anything mechanical hulks the most when youneed ern forests, there will be a procession of tiny in their own country In the rough Cars careen wildly and honk )just poured out and poured! I Its t person is to get the meaning .
demand for parks and! recreation spots it the worst.RLCREAIIO.l. creepers and! warblers! fifteen yeurs of its existence: it their horns at every curve. Rid blessing on the Garden Club You of life he must learn to like
has sent forty-five young !peopleto ing is an adventure in Jamaica won'I see this often. It was a golden the facts about himself' -ugly as
".......1. I' rwJ tlW.The .....-......._as;..aaaasR IT WONT be long until the first hummingbird be educated In American colleges Come and! see moment to remember they may seem to his sentimentalvanityfore
()% : IS SMVRT will show up from South America to and three more have been accepted Sincerely.Ruth God bless you Linda Volk and! he can learn the
Stuart News will furnish photo prints One of the smartest things that Central I hover from petal to petal of our fire-cracker: for next year and George Bust Cheryl I Coutant. for lifting our truth behind the facts.\' And the
The school is located hill troubled out of ourselves truth is never ugly.-
on a Palm thoughts Eugene
of sues up to 8 by 10 Inches of any picture & Southern Florida Flood Control Districthas plant. the City O'Neill
overlooking Caribbean Sea. for and for
a few moments letting
taken by the NEWS staff, for a charge of $2.00
done is to increasing .
emphasis on Across the road from is Gods beautiful world
one us
and $1,00 for additional! AND WE WILL know that Spring has gone us SAn GIRLS GAZE enjoy
for the first print any recreation development of the man-made of the
waterways many fabulous hotels which again through the clean eyes of What makes us so bitter
ordered from the tame negative at the and! Summer arrived when the first yellow INSPIRM) TALK; 1OGtRDLN against/
prints .
) line the shore for miles, to which innocence and youth. people who outwit us is that
some time; larger si.ce by special quotation.. and black-striped! swallowtail I butterfuly flits come the millionaires and near CLLB Mrs. W. U. Corhsslove think themselves cleverer than they
Stuart Newt employees will not take photographs through the patio. millionaires from America and Editor Stuart News; are.-Le Rochefoucauld we
r except for the news and advertising A England, Back of us up in the The Garden Club had a real I flattery I think' its good .
proud! man is seldom a grateful man, TRUE, there is not as much difference in hills live the natives in abject and for much better than
column of The Stuart News most unexpected treat on Monday me, too-- Psychiatrist "Do you have trou-
for he never thinks he gets\ as much as he the seasons here, but we still have our seasons poverty, according to our Feb. 10 A wondrous touch of whisky and not so hard, on the ble making up your mind? "
111I'1"" .. deserves,-Henry Ward Beecher. just the same. standards. But they are a con- youth like sweet fresh air, swept liver.-Joyce Carey PdUenL"Well, yes and no,"
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,. "<<'>.1 .. .. ..\ 2M( low gross .scores. and in the TUT STUART (Florida; ) T.W1hl..y. S-C
._. Presidents up Tourney, Trud : February ZOo
.w. Ground Broken Baseball Is OBITUARIES Warren was the winner with Helen -I

JUPITER NEWS Donkey .. Shaw second: Betty Fshbaugh.' new Museum of Marine Archac-
For New Church 'r'.w ar't'ew.otae """""lMR. 'the e'n"I.III.n inner. and Pearl olog) Mr Watson also Icd a discussion -

746-4643 ... EUNICE SI. SIMS )ndcn the lop' scoter in the first on the problem of inlet
MRS. ANNA MINEAR, Correspondent Phone
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.,.......... ,'. ,,/$.""I Tequesta Drive Scheduled Feb. 21Jupiter Mrs Eunice M. Sum il BOMI Mrs I flight nnpms.i"oUlllncIJ' Appointed to represent I
I died Fch 14
ton Beach on the Jupiter school and J Juprtarfeyueet -
Sitix who was it member of a i Chamber Board financial
the county
Heart Fund Fashion ShowA TM on
I 11 tn'lmJ"a' broken last Sunday pioneer Jupiter farad). sunned I committee on school needs
I lor the new building ot the First .Hobe s ti u n d I Kiwuni 1 strength and i I general optimism hv Arthur Sirm of Stuart u broth I formed by acting
which being
Success Hobe SoundThe Southern Baptist Church on Te- Club will meet( the Jaxcees I in a count r\wuk I I.",.". er-in-law+ Mn. Ethel Pierce: ol Held MeetingJupiter School is Superintendent John W.
at '
quests Drive. donkey baseball game on Feb. :21 I He spoke favorably about" theprospeeune Boynton a sister-in-law. and Edgar Martin.
I The groundbreaking was the at the Kiwanis Recreation Park. Sum of Belle liladeJVMES (himbcr of f
ledcril' tax revisions -Icquesia B. Clark announcedthat !
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patio of the Presbytcnar I Mrs R. T. Johnson and Mrs MC culmination of many months of The game the latest of the Kiwan- hard director met Manager\
(ommercc ol Chamber of Commerce -
will he I the the
und the aid the to next
Church at Hohe Sound was the< Love hard! work by the congregation, Ian' many el torts I to raise money ) IWUE Tuesday night' to discuss promotional coffee will he held I Feb.
The younger set had their shareof officers of the church and Rev for the improvement of the park econ'mII' speaking" \ of the present
of successful fashion show I'I'II'CIincludlnll new Club.
scene a sevemv-five, Pen. v the Country
James Bryce : at request.
the show when children's Paul Thompson At the time when is to be played on eighteen donkeys prosperity he pointed out that brochure
the benefit of the Heart Fund nock Point died Friday followinga --
for clothes were modeled by Marie the arduous task of raising fundsto that are being imported for the it is largcK due to the number of surviv- I I hut t mill, N. H., has
of Palm Beach and Martin counties Blackburn. Blackburn lid construction was completed I event. The game will he played long illness. Mr. Bryce u Ken llvotliinu reported A cider in Rye
Roy start people coming into maturity ed his widow! Isabella: one for the immediate rc-puv been continuous, operation since
afternoon voting hv plain in
on Wednesday Carl Crandell. Linda Done. John u was found! that. a zoning under the lights hnda) night! and
of credit! brother, Alexander, of Pennsylvania. ing of lighth Street lire under 1728
th Rosalind f is invited.Kiwams t the caw availabiliiN )
A raised platform around < Dyke. Darlene Randall striction required the signature everyone) i Manor I
Potter of itstvicw
re-I Mr Jena I
two sisters wav Drumage
fountain and gay floral decorations Randall Carole Stem and! Diane every property owner in plavers. are Dan Bar- and! the free spending! habit of of and! !Sir. Agnes Gray and the completion of Indiantown
in red and white featuring; Tucker in'the-Poses. These h a den Rov Rixxl. Jim J Spit/cr! John the \outhlul population He also\ of Jupiter Road to the new "bridge are two Professional
begonias and carnations made a The hostesses for the afternoon been obtained and contractor Jack Lewis Bob Moore. Dob Petersen said the the space age is giving PennsylvaniaIIFRF county protect with' priority Bids I
perfect setting for the display ol were Mrs F. C. Manahan and Kobson has started construction on AI idnolt. Don Faiie-hcr and the for the new bridge will he openedby 1 I caring Aid Servicej
to economy
impetus ,AM
lovely fashions Mrs. T R. Chambers of Hob the building.The Bob Harp Rclreshmcnt chairmanis the State Road [Department on
Dr Donald R. Bicknell of North Sound and! Mrs Shirley Pennock site for the new building is Bud! Tuning[ and Mn Mandor Ogren of March 1. I vv A. BY'RNF: .

Palm Beach spoke to the group Floyd of Jupiter Mrs Harold O on Tcqucstu Drive, west of Sea- H. Richard MiCord guest Flames Destroy illiamshurg, N. Y.. have been JamesV arson reported I thai I tprogress Certified Hearing Aid
on heart diseases! marking the more McCuen Sr. was in charge of the brook Koad The building will include speaker to Km.mis last Hondas recent visitor at the home of Mr is being m.ido on I h e I Ausliohrglat
serious side of the occasion refreshments.! a worship chapel capacity night[ spoke! on economic conditions and Mm. Albert Schcnholm: on __
Mm! Ben R Tuckerm chairman, 300); a Sunday school also for in the nation and the aroii Princess DonnaThe River Terrace Lane spcci ihst* in Quality Hearing
and Mrs. Thomas Robinson cochairman Christian Mothers 300; two dining room with room He stressed the present economicGirl's Rurbnr.. Ann I.IntlscySKRHARIVL
introduced Mrs. Wood for :00: ; a kitchen! nursery for ----- cruiser Princes Donna." Pierre DuHois has arrived! from : !MRMIKl'ln : Repair of All Makes

ford Mabry commentator Models Directors MetThe forty infants; a church office andpastor's out of Mixisop C ono night' fin'.hll."t.IV (alifornia for his annnnl visit with INilnll.inittr I 107 Atlantic A..., It. Pierce

members. of the Junior Won- hoard of directors of the: study.Scheduled State \\'... in the lntracoast.il, his DuBois nephew. John DuBois and! Mrs. \ I'I'h. .-.1 I'llnro..x.hlnat'.p a. m..l Idlurrr' ((Opposite SU Lucle Bank)
an', Club of North Palm Beach of Christian Mothers for completion aii n terw.iv oil I[dgew I tier Beach MoIcl I'lionrr 7-4M7 \Howard 1-3035
included Mrs William Brcsscttc! Confraternity I June, the entire facility will be 1 ( and burned to the watorhnc, in Mn William \.indeihool' and {
lucks Monday evening -
St met
Mr.*. R M Evan Jr. Mrs Karl of the home of Mr. Alberta conditioned and healed The parking i Boy's StateAssembly a blue led 1 1 by SIN( ( Rations ol t I lad I Mrs U franklin C hamhcrlam
Griffon, Mr I Whitney_ Haney,. Forbes at on Gulfstrcam Drive. : area east. of the church willucconunoo.lte ner-ClplJIII Bernard Mop I I tike 1I'pllfCOnloN.. J.
200 m its final I
The Diocesan Guide with itssuggested cars HeldGirls sik and 1 Deck: Ol liter Richard Iru' wore guest at the home of Mr
committee programs, received I I phase delle. on discovery of the lire and Mrs George Dorcnuis last I

Dean Tooker from Mrs. J. \\mston( Anderson were able to beach the vessel and week For the Shining' '
of the Miami Diocesan : Colonel Kliines State ;and Boss Slate Assembly escape uninjured "but the $:!*.tItItI) 'ti

Administrator of the estate of Council president of Catholic \\'omen. I Takes Audience on was held it Jupiter school vessel was a complete loss. MISSION: iKi .KOl'P' Look of Fashion EXPERT
Wednesday Km Rood who is .. :MONim:
and! individually read prior to on Ihe Jupiter Fire Department SIFT'I I VSI
Raymond A. the meeting was thoroughly reviewed Tour of MexicoColonel Boys State chairman for the American the Coast. Guard und! Hirhor Pa The \\omens Missionary Society Out of the Dark v.
Mrs Rood, whois
and discussed for application \ Legion' and : 11'1)1enl to the aid! of the burn of the I First Southern Methodist
Uorgmandeceased Klimes, ( m charge of the Gals State
Christian Mothers George V guest fllty.f"ur-f.r but w e reunable
to St Judas ing Church met Monday evening Into the Light .
Woman'sClub work for the I Auxiliary, introduced
speaker at the Jupiter egion reach it because of the her
offers for sale, In to with Mrs W K wing ut s ,
took his the Jupiter Boy and
on Tuesday evening danger of possible fuel explosions \ Mr
hour for home R IverIlenvc.
A coffee oi>
settlement of the estate, the fallowing audience to Mexico) with slides Gills Slater CoastGuard .
members and their children which here was; no explosion, the Ilirlow Rood assisted Mrs Iwing NewYou" .
: followed 8 o'clock Mass on Tuesday and narrative Allen Adair Boys State representative reported, but Ihe fuel fed "A Truly

Feb II, was well attended A dessert bridge party will beheld told about his experience the fire untie the boat was u complete Mn K. M Homo conducted
CAR : Board members attending the at the Jupiter-1cqucsli Junior in Tallahassee and I the value of lossMopsik. the study hour\ her topic being the

meeting at Mrs. Forbes' home were Citizens' building on March learning about government throughthis told the Coast Guard! Back ol James Iwinty members .
1962 two door, 6 cyl. AUora Coombs Flo Bishop. Nor- 18 The Palm Beach County Federation practical method Marie SIr. that he hid hud motor trouble and guests iiltcnilcdDltS' .
Chevrolet ma Browning, Margaret Ford,, meeting ut Pahokce o n dmha and Darlcnc llorl/cl! reported during the trip south and believed!
Florence Laf-ollctlc, Sally Oblaczynski March t will draw many of the on Girls Stale that a faulty fuel pump or carburetor I..\ GOlF; WINNI-RS: :
Jane officers and members Anyone Rood presented each classroom cuused; the lireAT .
TRAILER : Elizabeth Perry Edna I wishing to go may contact Mrs. with historical' art calendars whichare Norma Konfildl and Hello Al AVAILABLE
Porto. Marianne QUigley. with OPERATORS' NOW
mcdiilisl honors 3
Rusel M Sulclilfc, the president published by the American ten tied! for :
I Camilla
Ramviltc. and 11O11'II'SLVance
I Curl Bender of the \ venues nl' S4 in the current match
Pathfinder N. Mr
1960 ---- ---- --- At the Feb. 25 meeting Rog- l.egion ')"' \IKII.; I>.\\IS. JI)1l'E: IIIU-JMYtl. iNI..ItU'
of the public relations department Auxiliary presented their gift to \\oodard: ol Center Streetis play championship ol the 'I"e\-
House Trailer RUMMAGESALE gun at Pratt & Whitney will be the school library u subscriptionto : i recuperating Irom surgery ul SiMarys la Women Ci i o 11 I t Association: Serving You -
I the speaker American HeTit.igi magazine[ I Hospital mVcsl Palm t 1 he filial lire slated for March h '

Items will be Mild to the I Mrs N. Neidhart was welcomed Plans for the asse-mhly were Heach Mr and Mrs. J.imesood. In. the recent nleIIII"IIIY 101lrnll--
highest bidder I as a new member of the club. made at the American legion Auxiliary ard of Melbourne were Mrs \Vixxlards ment of the associilion: Mn Ron I'I'I. *
Mrs R. A. Diednch. Mrs. David meeting al the home of Mr*. guests over the weekend. fold! .dual| Ruth Jepson lied with- a Pennanents Pedicures Facials
Contact Mr. Tookerat FRI. & S\T. TFB. 21 & 22 I Boguc and Mrs. J. J. Meska were A, I 1 I.. Pennock last week Two- other -

8:30 a.m. 1U 5 p.m.Fast appointee! as a nominating committee events of interest; t ; planned: GENE: 1111: : ('RtmrI I Isn's Manicures Shampoos Tinting *
2871226or Ocean Blvd. "' Election will be on March at that tune Ihe Auxiliary is moving I I

(Old A&P Building\ ) K:) I a* a body and individually to Why worry/ about credit Individual Styling *
Write Him to donate Hostesses for Tuesdays meeting support the Twenty-fifth Amendment I
If )ou have any AT 7-3147 \ were Mr. Thomas Turnhull to the Conlitulion. the school problems' let us help )'(U. .. ,. I I
P.O. Box 1016 please phone with Woman's Mrs Paul Daily and Mrs Donald prayer amendment, by contactingour \ Credit is our business. "
In conjunction
Davie representatives and senators Powder PuffUEAUTY
Stuart, Fla. Club Baraar'sPIu11'YIAIIt' _' they alOlill celebrate Washing- MERCHANTSCREDIT I

I Lions Entertain tons birthday: with a tea honor. '' ,
ing the rehabilitation committee SALON
District Heads which has June so much for the BUREAU ;
I veterans The articles made by the MM I I It() VOSHHIIU. ': Al 7.- "1U
The Jupiter Lions Club enterI committrfwrtl: *+,piiy( ...I| lUIRFAlT
'" ",:M IRI'Uu'lln"\ : : UAUI'Iulur: : :
I d District Governor bv Committee mcmbcn who
t a i n e that time .SIUAKI'
Sharpe of Fort Lauderdale are the guest of honor at the tea
Deputy District Governor J i i m will he Mrs Alherl Wehage, Mr. --- ------ -- -- -- -- --
BUT I'LL nET Bennett of West Palm Beach at William Jacucr Mrs Waller Savage -- --

their Wednesday night dinner meet. Mr Hollis B Dnskcll and

THE ROOTS ;, ing Mrs. A. E. Basse-it
Lion Horace Carrington was

awarded a membership key for Jupiler.JunoChoral
AREN'T THAT s sponsoring! two new members and CHEVROLET
Club President Neil DuBois received Grout

COLOR" ,1eL. a small a certificate bronze lion of appreciationand from Lionsinternational Is Organized I

+ 1 for his efforts, in I The Jupiter-Juno Choral Groupmet
membership developmentDr for organisation' and practiceat
Rusel Sutcliffe announcedthat the Congregational Church on trucks
the annual bowling tournament -I Monday evening with Stan Doyle makes all types of quality
March 8-14 with
will be held
This could be a good bet, but the best bet I' for the win- directing
I $150 in prize money Officers elected were Mr*. Kay

| ners.I Duncan president, Mr.*. Lloyd OMmcar .
for insurance is your local independentagent I -- vice president; Mr.*. James

individual I Stork Shower Crooks, secretary, and Lewis I

who will gladly survey your Daiiiic, treasurer
Was Held for the regular meetings will beheld 1
needs. He can choose from many com Mrs. Culpepper on the second and fourth
Tuesdays of each month and all

better and save you Mrs Bobby Culpepper was the who love_to sing are invited ,to)join._ : i
panics to serve you surprised guest of honor at a stork "

shower at the home of Mrs George
money. R. Wolk on Friday evening I BEER
I' The gilts were presented in abassinet WINE I
covered by an umbrella fdf3A
I pay with pink and blue decorations. polPllfdllltlttttlt i
Those attending were Mrs. Brunt ,,;
Stinedurf Mrs. Victor Scholt. Mrs LIQUORSFree s
R.[ V. Johnson I Pat Snow Jr.. Mr. V. T. Godhey 4

Mrs Olin T. Hershbergcr Jr., Mrs
I I Mrs. Mrs
Harold Agate Boeguc
Realtor and InsuranceAT 1 William Mann Mrs Richard: Ice Cubes

7.3366 .Z:: \ Stalls Mrs. Anne Butler of Palm I
'I" Beach, Mrs. James Spitzcr, Mn.I I
HRSr HI>LK\L BUILDING Fred Landrum Mn. James! Crooks DIALAT7 II
and Mrs. Donald Grill. I
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\I IN RAYMOND FLKJITIRAIISIMGNavy Ithniary ROSS JR.20 196. f r Home Building! Section ] BEDROOM IIxl2i6 BEDROOM llx?

Ensign H. Rot
Raymond .. .. ,, or
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'Jr.. Don of Mr. and Mrs Raymond -,- "''' < if' - Y"r k'M'e tIP wy "-' "-'-
I H. Ron of Stuart i is undergoing II
I flight training HI the Naval RECENT BUILDING PERMITS
Auxiliary. Air Station Milton

He will pens six months train (Web.I 7 through\ 14)) :3 Uto

ing in the slnglc-tngmcd, road. Location Contractor Amount
ler-driven T28 Trojan] trams Owner _
aircraft. The .training will include m
combat precision flying,, basic mslrumcnt City of Stuart h
nlaneuver1. radio instru' n
436 Hibiscus Road Commcreiiil Air conditioning S 900 H
I> mint navigation and two' and four Sarah OiijfhlcrsortI : Cooling
t plane formation flying I L. A. Bishop i 41} Californiatwo Ace Roofing Re.roof 500

I king Sign ( sites) Same Tcn'poral1lll/liS/ 600 .

PAINTS HARDWARE J. O DirnHixl 409 East Osccoh Langford MarineHigher Pier i 4.000 LIVING-DINING RM CARPORT
1601 South Federal & Sons Remodel 2.500
Kayo Oil Company t
ATUntlc: 7.0363 C r" )
Anthony Fstate 200 West Osccolu Ace HoofingAlumira Re-roof 1,000 |lite| 17 h !:
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o.le.tud' ',. 825:
Charles Van Kooptcit Martin Trailer Court Corporation Cabin 0
flu.hI.y.. .."u..
I r'w. c.. j Martin County PORCH

,. 1Mto.. !Hover Coral Garden C G Construction Company Rcidcncc S 6.000 L-J \

chat.auppll... l IXVricsRutische Coral Gardens C. G Construction Company Residence 6,000 2x6/6
MMM IrmkM ,*. tack. D.tkw, Coral Garden C G Construction CompanyC Residence 6,000
Mil., hrw err. M4 OtkM- L.-=3L----------------------
DeMirioModnffcrl Coral Gardens G Construction Company Residence 6.000
Hibiscus Park C. O Construction Residence 6.000
OB Tto OHw 0.. Mil N' rtk Company
I JENSEN REACH F. E. Labiidl Cocoanul Park Sol mil Addition" 40t)
Chamber Asks Owners of
I T. Disch Rio SameSamo Utility room 2KI(

Dimel I n. CiosiLmcrson South County Trailer club 200
Tops In Design B. Tyler Palm City Simo Utility room 400 Rental Homes to Inform

limes W. WhcalonO Port Salerno Satire Utility building 350

A Ililhry: :Hobo Sound J. B. King Residence 7,600 I On Vacancy or Occupancy
KINGSIGNS Homer jrcalhoiiM ,..' Evergreen Park J. B King Residence 6,000

E E. Fowler Port Scwull Same Addition VK) Stuart!: :. Chamber of CommerceIs and ask the close co-operation of
: William Campbell! Treasure Cove Seagate Construction Residence 11,500 issuing a pica for close cooperation the public
Gateway Homes Hunt Club Colony Gateway ConstructionS Residence 26,(000( with owners of rental units
Sum Rhodes Legion Height me Residence 8,(000)() "I he chamber office very much
appreciates King kept informed! SAF.TI.AIDS
Sun Rluxkt Legion Heights Same Residence 8,000
of of rental vacanciesand
NEON' SPECIALISTS Leon A. Davost Pine Ridge B. Hodapp Pump! house 100 any in turn type, being notified when S LOCKSMITHS

Port Pfcrrt HOward 4-1399 Colonel Robert! Koster North River Shores S. Oikowskjr Addition 400 the places are rented," said Mrs.
Gilbert Thomas Port Sewull, R B.iirSimc Addition 10X( Rosaleen Murray manager "Since KEYS MADE

Artcraft Neon Broadway Section Sign 350 this is a free !service, the staff Lock Combinations
celt they can expect this courtesyas
T C. lloukWciia Sea Gate Harbor H F. Pint Residence 10,000
it i is enibarassmg to he givingout Changed
Complete !Bell Mason Booker Park Deacon Howard! Addition 1000(() wrong information"

Victor Beilstcm Hobe Sound! Same Screen porch 200 The chamber! office reported NEW LOCKSHobe -

AolomotiveRepalrr John Strong Linden Lane Same Residence 7.(000) that there his been a scarcity of'urnished
twoor three-bedroom Sound

houses! for families since last sum- 546.4881 546.5137
I mer. There is a shortage of rental
Two-bedroom Slab House Narrow SiteThe home s in the $ft5 to $85/ per
I ; month. year around classification
Chason' Garage They rarely have a call for higher For Experienced
priced rentals on a permanent basis .
Did AT 7.2311 A
Mrs Murray reported ntiqtie
SERVICE FOR SAFCTV4I "The chamber wants. to \be able
1 1I .-4II ,8..ilk. F.4.ral H""...." in the first house group number of figures represents Y : to keep everyone in Martin County .- Repair and

the square feet of liva- who" !stops ut the office for as.
-- -- able area in the house (The 1 1 sutancebe' it traveler or new resident RestorationCALL
: "said' Mrs. Murray. "We are
is office
other group an number
NO DOWN Rein willing to net as a clearing house
.) According to Jan}
er, the cost of, building sucha for rooms, apartments and
I PAYMENT house may be reckoned as 1 The Steele's
about $10 per square foot, I Ten to 20 per cent of hPU\cI'1
exclusive of land cost. For example cans have heart attacks Kobe Sound 546-4881
I I 100% Financing a house numbered
I IF ,.OV OWN A LOT 935-11 I would have 935 square
ACRKAGK .. OR HAVE feet of livable area and itGEORGE '

LEASED LAN I) should$9,350 1 to cost build approximately 8 I" -.3/ ... lleathcoteNurseries
\ 2-3.4 Bedroom Hornet
dominent feature The regular square feet the shaped 'living A 3.foot-wide linen closet (L) i is I
IjJ<, Cottages I ; i I NELSONPainting : Architect Designed Landscaping
of the slender: tinfigUlt Aiming area quite large Its actual at ono .end?,of the bedroom
, I I Vicatk Home ByJAN RHNFK: depth .is 17 feet and IU width 22afeet. Incidentally a folding or sliding Oriental Design A Specialty
i e Rrtlrtmtnt Home.Richard Ii -3t supporting the fiberglas screening But the sliding glass doors door could be installed to separate Complete Line of Ornamental
Home No.
HighConstruction gives. the porch a sense of spaciousness of the living room and the two the bedroom hall from the living Plant Material. "The Indian
This. two.bedroom stub house and at the slime time, the jalousie windows of the dining area room. The water heater (shown as River Area' Oldest Landscape
Co., was designed for a narrow lot: a green colored screening provides join this area to that of the porch dotted circle on plan) is just t out Interior Exterior I Nursery Our 38lh Year Turn
1 INC. 50.foot lot will allow a 7.foot a delicate shield! between the eyesof -making both look larger. A 7. side the bathroom The oil (or gas). Dlul AT 74949 ; Right off U.S. 1 at Llndsley
house. the curious and the inside of foot-wide door could! heater (marked U) is centrally located
each tide the folding separate
Mil South Dale; Ph.. 833-0951 space l on Licensed & Insured I Lumber In Fort Pierce. Phone
Seen from the street, the 24 the house. the dining table from the rest and heats the front portion
oot.wide screened porch 11th. I For i small_ house-only 816MadelnFlorida of the living room. A foot-wide of the house directly- -while the I HOward 15332.FURNITURE
,. closet is located) the two bedrooms and the bathroom
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front door, since it is 30 inches are heated through registers The
t'1,\ '; deep it has extra shelves on the ducts for the registers are installedin
'f inside of the door the attice space over the bed.
10,0' 'J '..;:,. The 7'4' by 7i> .foot kitchen room hall which, Is furred down 1
separated from the dining area hi I :to 7VJ feet (:It u possible to locate _
the entire heater, or air conditioner
a sliding door (see arrow on plan)
his an L-shaped:| work-center with in this attic spice over the
8 feet of wall' cabinets (shown Jostled bedroom hall in which case the : fA\\
) mounted against the inside area marked "H" !becomes another RENTALS
.. wall. The range (R) with a fan and closet) Dotted line on plan indicates
hood over it face the inside wall grill in front of heater
f while the double sink (S) is installed The construction of this 24 by ROWELL FURNITURE CO.
in the "bnck.to.hack" way against 34.foot house Is as follows: Floor
the bathroom plumbing The refrigerator slab is 4 inches thick, reinforced Dial AT 7-0804 We Give Gold Bond Stamps
(RF) is handy to both with wire mesh and !poured over
and the fill. The slab .. -- -.------- -- -- -- -- -- --
the work counter dining solidly compacted ----
g Uble A jiilousied door leads to the is topped with resilient floor tile
3 by 8.foot outside storage room and is 12 inches above the outside
'P (with connections. for laundry uppliances grade Exterior walls are 8 inches INTERIORS PLANNEDFor
v' ) and to the carport thick concrete block with furring
Uidemiik r The good-si/ed! master bedroom and plaster on the room side; interior You To
tomato, potato! and watermelon ((137 square feet in floor area) has partitions are regular wood
grower find these hard.to.kill In- s ta 8 feet of closets. with bi.fold) doors frame plastered on both sides. Reflect Your Taste
offering ": to the closet Ceilings, also plastered follow the
sects no match for CYGON the i space The eec bedroom has a line of the roof rafters, except In CAlL
insecticide with all these important 6-foot closet Each !bedroom has. the bedroom hall as mentioned
advantages three awning.type aluminum windows above White marble chips. are
Kills on contact ; for good crossventilation.METAL specified for the gently sloping The Steele'sHobe
I saddle roof which extends. in one
Good residual activity unbroken line to tike. in the 12 by Sound, Fla. 546.4881
i 20-foot carport The approximate
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Martin County Recreation Sites

Discussed, Including New Lake PlansB

\ RO 'MUURr uses. there is sea little to acute sider a i Martin County project John H Stretch. Ford Control Y
recreation. thai could make available I lor District director o f recreational I rl
II ill the
plan for recre.IIIOIHtl'lIe' I I
and lettuce Creekt' the confluence public use a strip of land along development told the group tM
improvements to sites
in Martin of Lake Okecchobce Fault I lake Okeechohce between Chance proposal wa'.1 i !good idea: hut
are completed. and the St. Lucie Canal. that it would lake. considerable"
lies for bout B.IV
will he swimming
II ramps
.1 great place for orndorfun. rl
i camping and picnic areas proposed Under the proposal" ', a proposeddike I work to accomplish it. with the r
possibility! it could not he II'I
and canal' to be constructed arranged
Port the I
This i Mayaca-At intersection -
was clearly illustrated at ,
u at all/
along the lake. shore for five miles, IY
meeting of the Tri-Counry Recre- of State Road 76 and 441.
ation Development Commute Wednesday One bout ramp is available and would he moved to the lake edge!! Stretchal.1 he would do what
into increasing 'he could to stan the bull rolling.
night at the courthouse I a few picnic f.1'clllitieProJ'loCJ or the hake thereby -
i is a fitty-acre park added boat the width of lands between Others at the meeting included
The Tn.'ountv Committee i I' ramps picnic swimming and the canal md Slate Road 441. Then Harry F. Dyer. vice chairman:
composed of interested persons and 1: camping facilities through possible property transfer Walter Hchh. II H. Hipson.! Art
officials from Martin Okeccho- accesses would he made available Krcigcr. Mar\m Arrant, and
bee and St. I Lucie counties. (hancev Bay-Near the J & S
from Slate Road 441 to the Thomas E. Husor" Flood Control
Principal reason for the meet- Fishing Camp All recreation facilities -
canal In this manner private and District public information officer.
ing was the co-ordination of think are needed including boat public property size would be increased set the next meeting
ing" on eighteen recreational sites ramps A forty-acre is set aside .'. All private land in the folep.lrf.: hl I 11 I in the County
wanted by the three 'unlies- I An additional acres are available five-mile stretch is mostly ownedby Commission room at St Lucic I
nine of which are in Martin t i for boat launching facilities, Rafael Arnctti. County: courthouse: in Fort Pierce
County parking and picnicking .. ..
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As the Corps of Engineers develops -I leighton Park-In the Palm
I and expands its water controlprogram | City area Some picnic facilities 1964 Seen 'Great Year M
I in Florida i it needs to A boat ramp is proposed. as a
know the recreational: facilities Phipps Park-Near Stale Road
that are available that could be [ 76 and Sunshine Suite Parkway I For Color' Ladies WearBy
made available are wanted or Good picnic and trailer park facilities -
needed by the counties before are available. Additional M.RI1LBURI>ISE sizzling and the reds are as hot FAINTING the niches to be used in the Garden Club of Stuart's Turner Mrs L M lohnson. chuirnun of the show, and Mn.
projects How to are finance finally completed general facilities are wanted including I Hume l Demonstration Agent as chili peppers These fiesta colors annual flower show, Feb. W-March I. are: Mrs. John U Mennm1 W llussev
the recreational a boat ramp Mrs D. S. Hudson Sr.. Mrs, Garnett Mrs. Carl _
facilities is are used quite often in combinations ger. Keglcy. __
not to ..
up any one or- Indiantown The year 1964 is a year for cobor ] which cla."'h" madly but -- -- -- --- -

ganization.by the Flood They could Control] be financed District at accommodations the Marina Mmna-Excellcnt. and rrediclFu lots of it. the hion fashion colors industry produce vibrant prints.Summer .. I Bishop to Get I in lieu of a vacation. F.njny the "Winter. Season
Florida darks-These are subdued The commission voted four to
and Fresh Water
Jonathan can be divided into four IIrOIlI1They \. With New "Do"roJn.
Two Weeks a
Fish Commission State Road Department Camping, picnicking and trailer are as follows: deepened and/or darkened Pay one to give Bishop two weeks pay
the counties, or cities, facilities now available Boat for city wear Deep red and navy But No Bonus I for his vacation but rejected the
or clubs and civic org;mirations- rentals and concessions are proposed Pastels-These are chalk-like. will be seen quite often Black and "bonus County)' Commissioner Jack 4I PARK PLAZA
colors cool and
whichever has money available ,md along with general expan -very refreshing.Look white will appear together in hold A $200; bonus for Steve Dish- Saundcrson said payment of n
willing to spend it. for delicate blues pinks, prints, al1\lu\ always there will he bonus'' could set a precedent resulting BEAUTY I; SALON
caretaker the Houseof
At the committee meeting! Tuesday sion.Corps of Engineers I ocks-The aquas yellows and greens! and the neutrals ((natural, tan and light op retiring& at n" every employe expect'
night, the following sites for area to the right of State Road7h the palest apricot und hyacinth grey) in abundance. Refuge, was turned! down by I ing a $200) bonus when ha left 317" w OCEAN MVD. AT 7-2138
recreational Medium pastels The flattering These of will in the Martin County Commissionat county employment.
areas or improvements and west of Sunshine State course appear I OWNI'RI: GEORGIC IIARIWICKOPERATORS
were discussed I In some Parkway Picnic and parking area pinks are destined to be the fashion both rcady-mados and in yardgoods a meeting Tuesday
cases facilities are good In some avail ihle. Proposed i is a boat ramp favorites 1 hey range from a 1 don't know about you, but Commissioner Edward Miller Farm families have an avenge VH.MA THOMAS: IRB.RIIUNTU
and additional., picnicking facilities true pink blued to a mauve or I can hardly wait to get& to my sew made a motion to pay Bishop a I income about half that of urban
C-21:! Canul-Thi\ is near lavender shade Greens blues and ing machine! SOO:!< ) bonus, and two weeks, pay and! rural non-farm families! J RFCFPTIONlSTi BETTY II1RDW1CXDon't
GA STORAGE the Sunshine State Parkway. Thereare I sparkling aquamarine remain popular -
as docs emerald
no facilities at present Boat
WAREHOUSE! ramp. parking area picnic and I Mcxi-colors! -These are vivid
camping areas proposed.Other festival colors-ti the golden, sunshine
Storage by the projects discussed by the I yellows, bright oranges, potent '
committee were in St. Lucic and blues and greens and an intense -
DayVeek Okeechohee counties including a turquoise The pinks are i ..
boat ramp in an area near PruitrsFishing
Month Year / Camp north of Port St.
I Lucie in area. on the C 24 Canal DramatizationsAre
USED FURNITURE & md .1 i second area near the C 24
APPLIANCES ( mal spillwayDonald Planned at
AlA, GOLDEN GATE Deity chairman of the Country Club
committee asked the group to con-

Reservations are now being accepted .. -.- -
for a series of two book
dramatizations by Ruth Kcrdyk

17th ANNUAL CIRCLET RANCH.' of Lucie'oral Country Gables Club at the Port St.

Mrs Kerdyk has a unique styleof
dramatization in which she assumes .
the role of a character in a Throw Your
ROD I book and using the first person
reveals the story from memory in

an exciting. and colorful interpretation

I The two-dramatization series
will include "Tears are for the
I Living" by Margaret Banister, Fch MONEY AWAY.
22 und Shoes of the Fisherman"by .
Morris West March 21.
She will dramatize each book
twice, at 1010: ) a.m. and 2 pm
a Reservations are suggested and
can be obtained by calling the i
Country Club

The number of Britons who applied *
A Account
for visas to visit the U. S. Open Savings
during 1962 was 27 per cent greater
i than 1961

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CARD OF TIIANKS At First Federal Savings

Our heartfelt thanks to all who
Feb. 22 & 23 2:30: p.m.FOR extended comforting sympathy and
help in our recent sorrow. For the

RESERVATIONS CALL 591.2101 INDIANTOWN beautiful service, floral offerings, Today..You'll Be Glad You Dido !
and other kindnesses, we are deep.
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| Organizations Directory Corporation of Bcthpage Long. Island REV. MATN RD A, IIJL

N. Y. report for the twelve 9 00 a m Barly
CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS ... C. Bo..d 01 iousg A"u.I..., Dec. 31. 1963. sales I 10.;nt a.m: bomb geheolM
Alcoholl Aoon.o... Jh.lnn.n-F..d. ihlo.d.s, monthending \ :00 ...., Mornlna Wtfrahlp. Nuraery
Wed. lilOpm, ,. J. B Community Chun). ".1 lhr... .In. ... ('.....11..... and other income of $468.3ft I .912 i du.l. bolk t.rvlce.

of f $7.M>7.962\ 7:10 p..... V..p BervlMALL
Amateur Badl Em.rg.n CeipeCcMirdlnelor Martin County MIIMUIB, Commit' and net ,income

-George lloiun Ch.hm" 75,0 11.,10.. I, WU..hblr... .lo.k equal to $3.40 per share after pro SAINTS' EPISCOPAt... Bck.
/ ltd filar* l mAalmal Taro 7 dOl, Pm C.rnrtho" I for federal I REV NUIIAN ILTI
vision of $9150000 I
11_... ........ DIAl -A PRAYER AT 7-2S1 SuadayChuroh
M. Co Zr.ioi .nd Prnnioi Ctmod..Iai refund
E.rl J RlooaIth income: laxes and posublc nibs: ...... Stub, Commoloa
1.Io::: (:h.i tuoav.-, Jarno. O.u.hlll SnOt am. Fa.olty
.. home. under .
: pm School SuMCh.iumau.Il.nry renegotiation ASSEMBLY OF COD-J-.Ira City

1..1.... Proluilonol Wo...... ClulPmldMit ,," O Elndrad Corresponding figure for the .10 ::00 a.m Sun lav M.hD U .00 *.m Morning .trunlo.S Sermo
-Llda Meinlnaerlnd41h Ind Mon. 7 .10 pm. CourlhoUHTown twelve months ending Die 31. lIon >,m Mornlnc Worehlp (Firm .. .)

Tuea. nlghta Pint N.tL Ban) r 1.10. p.m. 'I ha.... Hlbl. Study Prayer W.ek. Day.Tu..d.r .
ol B.W.II. Point 1962, were: toilet and other incomeof 60pm. Bund y. Youth, -7 a.m. Holy Comnmnlom
Ceeeanul. Park-North River 510.... J, .llnlud .IU
M.yor M.mu income '. Holy Communlel
and net 1..0.
Property Ownere A.MwIaUen W.d. I pm, town Hall $3 7.369.77 p.m. 1""I.u. 8nl. Thu..dih-IO .d. H.allng 8.rvl)

p..Id.ntII, Rohrah.ugh -- - .- of $6245,600 equal to $2.81 per FIRST BA'TIST-O S Akro. Areaue Friday' S ..m. Cummu.iuaUnity
Meeting. lad Wedne.day. at home. Hob
POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS share after provision of $7,000()( PaatorS.md.r I. HUIN.Int.l. Church TIM .Fifth, 'o Plereell:00.m

Coral Garden Clvl. Al.oclatloa 000 for federal income taxes and : Chur. .
R. ..hllro. Club of M.rtm CountyPnntl.boot.Iamo.
Pleula. 7, ,
Prai Bdmund 10
MK- pra WednMdoy
B. W.I.onIhpubllun
Iii Sun. I p..... lot C. Agricultural Bldgrraehetden Wom.n Club .1 Martin C* possible refund under renegotiation SodS ...... Sundnr School LUTHERAN CHURCH OF B?, ANDREW

Pra.ld.nt.-Oolon.l U. v.. BoltongMeet Sod Tua.. I pm.. flr.1 National Hank .. It80 pm 1'.lninl Union H. C. lOPE. PASTOR
I KII: :tL, AlIt I'l'l'I'MstI'lT: : | pm Worship
all .
on .
M C Democratic E..II. Commltta. -- W.dn..d.y till m. Bunder tcheoL
Carcae. Club ., Stuart (.halrman-Bdw.rd T. Murr. if!.OIIKI T-VLLAIMI"!':K. noinin SolO p.... Ild..... Prayer Service 10:10 am. Werablp 8.rvlo*

Pneldent-.Mra. John W. Ru._ 1Ioo.T.--M..d... 81. Clair 10 i i I' i- CITY BAPTISTI" at McCerdIIUNltY H. S. SOUTHERN MISSION
.... Wom.n. Club M..tI.,.. on nailRELIGIOUS thnl .theTruHtce. PALM .. MIH.
tad Mon. lilO p NOTICM I. hereby iclven TATU.M. latter
Hlblicu. Park. Civ* Ai.ocl.tlen - -- - moot Fund. of of the th*Int.rnal Stub of Imni Hindi:"';\ ";: t:4t ...... Bund.r School LHABLEa B&NET. PMtor

Prolrient-Aeorg. MocDoMld ORGANIZATIONS In mi-Kllnif In I the Biiaid' ((onto. of I 1.00. am. Mornlni Wur.blp .1 pm Song .
lit Moo. tilO p..... Flrai' N.tkin.l' Sub Girl. FrUndly Socl.tr the Unvernor'S ifflce. I ahltnl' Hiillri, HIO pm Tralnlnt Union I: p.m. Evenln WerahlpST

ledUnt.wa CI... Club l...,l.r -M .. Jack. Whlllear Inn iiclleduled tot 10'110/ AM c I,.14- 7a: pm Ev.iln WorihlpTtIO HOLY CROSS CAThOUC..lpdot
Praildent-Orady Smith 1'''.. I ,..... at M.,,'. CbunhSt. T I an Marth 31th I UII4. will ,'.II' p.... W.li.id.y Midweek Prayer pit, XAVlla FEICHMd
Ilk Mon. I p.m ,il..lei .plication 'made b>' AH.'* Meeting
J...ph Guildt'r.sidsntMr. Moan, Hoo-eri Undnay I I'. O H,ix -Saodsps, T Isa am. PINt Fib
laaen Beck G.rten. Cluh .. H.nry B. Spwoar 11411 \Palm Beach, \I"in'ilo., : on br. FIRS BAPTIST-fert.Sal.ra :6 p.m. Confoosion, kdoo/ Mn....
TA YLOIp..to.
Preeld.nl-Mra. C.lvln WIlrtpd ) lot Mon. I p m., Beliool half of "all1Hea'h Company, aifhrVoliorw"ng '

W..,. S p.m., J. B Woman Clufr St. Jo..ph Hily.. N..... SocUly" lIon: ro, ":to" 5:41, ..m. Sunder School BouUv.nl Stuart EPISCOPAL 11 Omon
] : ; r Fand d I 11 :00 a,m. M.rnln. Wur.hlpe
1..*. Beack W_..'. A..ocl.tloe I l"v. it.--H, KoimnlnThur. denrlbed Drc The Rh.V W. it BOWS, Bettor
.ld.nI--IIn.. Fro"... Hubb.ll b.for. Ind aun.. I p."'. lehooi wit : :: : I. Wonhlp
Illu : 71.0. 9:II, It am. (Sent to Jane.
lit.Ird Mon. SB 707 Ciubhautihaalar _ u 7..0 ., Pi.y.r. BeetIng -
Pity II447I(0.4n3.12A > W.dl.d. 7 .'0. 1 s S.PUllOt
,. follow. JJ-gMI.
Woman Club SCOUTING Choir p'DID '

Pra.lri.nt-Mra. Frank" *orn. Boy Scout. .f Amnrlca8r 1"0'" of *iihin, ...."'4 land In RIO BAPTIST ...... Hiily Eu.halo Tburaday and
tnt Men. S pm. Wom... Club (,,ilni..l.l-.arl: D.lp, the Indian Klver liuUliiK upruwrwhlp RbV JACK FERNANDEZ Saint. D>, .
loolh, In t h.' Hnna..n birtH .nou.
Am LxloB
Merlin County AuJubon Society; Bnerd W.d. 7:10: pro Stuart 3d PointS, I Long'' 42 I:41 a.m. Sunday School) EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED

Ird Mon. S pm' Judge Clont/o.ilce. ton E plo'.r*, "J..... B.ack, Ship 420Mkli .:..1. Town of H..walla I l'Iitlb.' 11 :00 am. MurnlK, Womhlp SACRAMEN T-348 Chick St, IndiaoUwa

AMoeUUoa for M.nlel H.allk ..p.r-(l.or.. GI..... Martin County H. Hcla, mnoiiartltulurly 5:50; p,". Training Union REV. W. THOMAS l.OUCKi
,M...Id.nl--R.C. .. Druid Hchroeder W.d.. ,.10 ...... An.horag Marina deacrlbed u fol I- 7.U. pm. Evening WarshIp Oil 0 a.m, Church School
[ 1 low.Klarllnir.' 7 .n W.dne>. Prayer Heetlnf ..
T lop
Holy &u.
lid Thiir.. noon The Reef - - - &&J"i .0. p. ..,

M C Chapter, Amwlc.a Caaeer ......, SERVICE CLUBS *l the Intiraectlon or TROPICAL FARMS BAPTIST-Hwy. 70 CHRIST MEMORuplt lelaa
Chairman J. D Gray Clvltan' Club al StuartPrnldrnt the Noith line or the Hun.on L AWlS BTANCIL P uirI (Winter oa, Jo., to AarlLl
Mouton ... ..m. Sunday School
Aaroa ,
Au.lllary. Grant oa i.tabllihed bMI'
Martin Memorial Ho.pH.1 I : .. Mo"I" WonblpI CHURCH OF COD-Indlantowa
11 iOn
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Pra.lri.nt-.Mr.. Curt. otto Wad, TilO p. Ships Ham II Koat. Huiveyor II p.m. Tralnlnt Union KtV EVUtETT MOBS

tat Men" Flrat N.llonal Bank Indlantowa Klw.nl. Club with the orate them line, of lI.w.l. Snob p.m. Ev.nlng Worship 10 :00 ...... Sunday Scheor
Martin tout R.ta.d. Chlldra... A.... J..ld.n'-.I. Kin. PAULINE SFGNA, right ii shown after just receiving hair tint by Mr Uorutrd! color consultant 1'olnt Itoad al.mu: aald 'tumor-"lnlnll' sino ,.m. W.d. Midweek PrayerDU 11:00: ..m, Morning Werahlp

Pra.lile. ......Ira Swlgert. CI..._.. W.d. U:19: p...., S.mlnoU ID.J.n. of King Cole Mini Joanne of King Cole is demonstrating on model! ai ihc color clinic held in Fort 80Ite.ly.: IT W 31" *M*(, K IN MEM, BAPTIST-Udlatew. 700 7,10, p.m.... I..nln.. Wo..hill
let Tuee., 140' p'm Pioneer oJ Centl; them Houth ii'Ed' i II"V. 'LO u>'rr p. : i0. p.P..
... Buck Lion Club
National .....torI.. AumuatioaPraiIOutM't. l'r.ilnt-Jurn.. Ut.n Pierce recently. Local hairdressers! attending were, Mrs. Lois Knstoftcrscn, Mri Mvrtice Clark Mrs. tl' Bait! 1401)0) fiet; ; themeHotllD : bolt: ..m. Sunday Scliool and..

4Ui Thuri.. Flret. Virginia National\ Ve..le BankPalm 1o .Ir' W.d. Till pm, B.faionr'BJuplt.r Clare Scranton, Mrs Kathleen Gates and Mrs. Grace Bcadt>w text to 10 a *point M' In II"sold Moat root. HIMil i'enIntemeiU '.. lloOO tilt.. .p.m.m. Morning Tralnlnt Wor.hlp Union Jupiter CHURCH Or THE GOOD SHEPHERD-

.Hob. Sound Klw.nl. Club brIm. wh rr..lt Ill l'ont'rlio TIn p.m Worihlp Service RKV ELMER
.. Club -- ------------- -- line of the rylceST L ALL
Card th north B
City Prnldmt-'llob.it H.rp lois ,.m W. .. Midweek 7:10 *.m. Hol .
'...Id.nl>-Mra. Sinai NI.... Moo, T p..., Juplur LIU MintOob.ry r. "' ..\r. .,.;- ..,F..:."' :' .i' '; : sooth CO urea of Kewalte I'olnlw JOSEPH CATHOLIC-Ext 101k St 9;10 ..... ParIsh Euch.rUt, Benno.
ltd Thou. ... Sib: am. Uvl. Cent- J I: L 'I, : 1.. d.rlned by Concrete Montiinentw and Sunday School.

Civic Org.nlutlon Club ., Stuart y :" t,' ... ,,':' ." ...I Planning BoardIs ..t In the Il'uund : thpnierun REV JAN jAMUBZKWbKL Ado tern. Mornlna Prayer. Flr.t,
Palm. City Pr.aid.nt-Dr. E:. Hlantoa hoop : ., 'ftr ? 'IQlf North 88' hunt M stses Sunday 7. 9 and 11 am.Week lut
PrwMentrDr. George H. Hash W.d.. Ixilt pm. Bunrl. Inn .to ,10" : -. '. -. J".. ,. aloni cobS north linn of the loot, Toll. amConreeilon.t day of the month, Holy e......
: : Ion plain
lad Tuee. Clvl. Center :. .. sMith, >0 airen of Bewail. I nlnt. 8>turda>. and lauridiyeb.for.
CariUr. Clvle A.Mclalle' Stu.rt Klw.nl. Club : Reorganized a dlitanie of .1(13( fi.et to tinnortheaat flnt Krtilay of month 4..to JENSEN BEACH
Pelncl.na W. Mano. I'.d.nl--U.. H. lUud.l. HlpionThur. cornel' of a tract .iflutld I:10 and 7lit t I ;10 pm Shvllne Drlv.. COMMUNITY
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r-re-ldeDt-Kev .... 4'n
.., 11 ill .. Town I0as.Stuart
; the Trii ,.,'..
l.t Mon. I ....., bom.sPitt I conveyad by ST. CATHOLIC BfcV NEWTON: M
HI.St"Pi>er. IIq.... Dane Club \' The Sluart Advlsoiy' Planning of tho riiternal Improvempnt Hob. sloe a.m. Sunday & .
5.1.... CI... Aiioclatlo l"lilld. to, Hwenemer ImpertksIncorporated Iund SolO and II
Pr.lil.nt <.llbrt Boura U..i ;10 a.m. Bund.Ti : a.m Momlng Wor.hlp
?.Id.nt-W.I' B.n.on Ihun.. I pm, Youih C.nUf "," '. ". ,. 0 Board was rc-organucd Wednesday In DO, SoOt pm Youth F.llow.hlp
lit P.m., Clvl. Center night. Pav. 4.11, i' Ie. .: of FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIEN.TIST724 I.10 p.m. W.dne.dey Youth, Choi.
Ird R :.. I p.m. Supper Social. 0. 0. ;:n I" ? Martin County. the .t Oc..a. BoulevardlliOO 7 10 p.m. W.dn..day, Senior Chill

Salam Civil D.r.... Stuart Lion Club ': The board will set up work sessions 1 olnt of 1.lnnlnl: run a.m. ., Bchool T:00: p.m. Thunday. Mldw..,. Senna
Pert .... I'ro.ld.nt--AI K..... to begin studies and make : Eant 12106 11100 a.m Morning Worihlp
FlraheuM, Ind Tueid.y. 7:11 PBle Ind.4th W.d, t p..... Town Boos.lioan l' loul86.the 1" of Bewail.I t.no:. p.m. Wed Testimonial Meetlnf JEHOVAH'S WITESEBrit Road
Civic Club recommendations/ to the City Commission f'olnt' II' dw'I, .. thenci I Reading Stoat. 2)l .1..1.. Ave. Hour.i O.nnduy-7. ..
Club .
Vmo14..st-J.vk Shnm.rlit ( Soroptlml.t on two projects run atonif sold Line Mon. througb Frl.. 10 a.n..! f.m.1'l M mdav 1 :HO p m, Bible fltndytryB.hool
Toura, (1ubho.... Pra.ld.nt- "'Kdn Wolf Kouth ttl* 80' Illkh.oel 11JIIK Saturdays, 10 a-m..11 :10 pm Thu'.d"- ..
l.t-.rd Tbur.. Boon. BunrlM InB ?7M John Sadler. a member of last feet; thence .8" South 46* ordppartlnit HAUltUCk j.II Ma.Ue.
Paua BuSs
honorS Worn.. Cem.llu. ClubPrai.Ilrn. n. v.nd.rveerVd Slu.rt or.,.... / year's board, was elected chairmanof U" Wool, 074.74 fool ; Ihnt'e CHURCH OP OHRIS2 REDEEMER LUTHERAN Oceu BM.
p.I.I.n.-VI.II Pryor the hoard Hams Wall was C rntna Id Bulkhead GOHltJ.L KhV DONALD K. SCHROEDER
Wed., MO p ID., Club Iioildh.uTab.hoi. Tu.... 1 :10 p.m.. Pink. Pony line\! run Mouth in* U' 27"Weo.l 10.00 ..... Blbl. Study :!5 5ra. Si"1*, Scnl. Bible' "'"to
chairman E. H.
v ; elected l
Card.. CreupChanmaa - - v i lee JZ971 feet: theiui inn lliOO' ..m. Wor.hlp and ComnUBloB. 1: .... Werahlp Service
J. Keller North 01* 21' 1H" I-ant: I "I
Babert Glucklcr elected
-Mra. VETERANS ORGANIZATIONS was secretary. tout. ,.", N uotin. Worship CHRIST THE KING

lit Wd ItlO *.m..:""..__ Am.rlcan L.flon, J.nxn ...
"cHAMBERs"oF COMMERCEPreSilJS Corom.nd.r LllftoB Bownil Bonert Richard Pryor and Jim I welt I',,rnnru f the efore.aldtract p IIIldw..1 P.JOHNRON. '..10.
Ind.4lh Mon. lpm., L .loa Ball of land In nerd Honk HIIMlte THE CHURCH OP COD'-'Flailer It 9 :00 ""' Churah School
'lark 4JU thi.nee following Ihiaoutheily RbV BILLlh. MoALPIN1000am 9 :00 ...... Paitore ria..
I' : : -Dr. William M'." Am.rlc.n L.lon, Stuart 10 .00 am.
\ and hound School Wonhlp
Sund.r Mo.nlno
... 1-emmunlty Contonpr.oid.ntYr.nh A study of a highway sign problem
Ird Tu.... I p. ., Comm.llcI.r-.t.h" L. Taylor any ot .aid tract of Und, run, lltllO Morning Worahlp
\I *eM* Beack Aral Stud and 4*. Frl. I P.m., UflaB KailAnurlcan will be started as !soon as possible Houth ((111* 411' JI"l 1'uot.; Ji'fnet I lou .rn.,.m. bvenlng Wonhlp. fRS METHODIST D too Col.Ave

For.b.rg Laflon, Indl.ntowB I later there will be a study : thence run North 12* IS' 710 pm Tu.. Prayer Mating RIV.: ..... Morning 1181UP
lad Mon, dlractoia. I ...m. C.mm.nd.r-.tha V> bytth buildings 2ft" 1..1 298 1..1: theme Mill SoOn i i'm. Thur... YPE Hirvlce 10:00 a.m. Church School
on what to do about scarred .
%o.l GM' 10" East. t IIIfvell
Port Bohr.uaI'raiill..tE. '.1.. p..>. Shut: am. Morning Worahlp
U. S I I. the result of thim-e North II'> 7o.flIV'rui COI"IIECATIONA
:. C. Bl.rkm.n along : < ::80 p.m. Youth F.llow.hlpe
Amirlcaa L.lon AuHlll.ry, J.nw* Baaal I 141.711 feet theme Viith' '.110 Cloy
Ind Thur. I P,m.i .-Ir.hu..t 1'.ldon\-II. tmm: MoOu Construction: ot.>t the lour-lane highway 14' 'hi' J'" Moot: 815 feel KfcV LAWRIE: J. SHARP July On.I end worth Ip ur"d: .t, 10 am 9.B.TTRINITY taring

lion'S (,id-4th Mon. I pm lh.in.ie. run North 17nil' 31"Ve.t 9.41 ..01. Bund.y $rhoaolitolf .cbael.
e.ld.nk-.t It (Runn) N.l.o \ 110( reel In Hie. Point ofHrKlnnlnir : ..... Morning Worahlp
Stud mba.'.. S ..... I Am.rlc.n Ulloa Au.III..,. $tu.rtPrr.ii.otMr. hii4 I he board set a special public rnntalnlnx ISlet. a.m. to I p..... W.dneiday Woman. RRV METHODIST-. .
\ bloiul.. Clara ftUr 7 Retail Merchant lnd-4th Mon, I pm, UlloB Hall -- 9 :10 a.m. Worahlp Service
Ch.Imou-PhIllD 8..11tb 1 W.W.I t -- ::;-; ;;; nool will consider nbjiictlon. there P.M Eveelnc ..
Ch.nboo Boildlag Martin. County Barrack. lull: VI Aim':HUH* : 'la W..ll let *
Ptooot .,,
Thorn. .
; .
:: : A Klr>* -. Is t'hi.rtbno. tIn lb. pro "v ci rub.of I" Sundays
"" "" "" "CONSERVATIONAadnbaa l.t-Ird rrl, J: U. Community; bout 1'1". \11"t,, "n"I-;; hard t ': of Pub > sold lond ihoull, bi iilunltu.do kilos in the Northwest Territories OCEOLA ITREET
lilt ul'booo',, lI"n will ruelvraled the llIri'ior. liunteo of the Inernal Iii
'Iooi.IrPoriiovS.RuooOI ill MartJB County Barr.ck Atoihiutyi'r.lnt'Mrn. lildn ",ii' i 0 :. 'o Ill) ilmk ....M.. Mnnl.ii Imp tement, I",oo'0. T h. arc reproducing at twice IIEV. D. H. KNIGHT JI\ .

: Moo.. Son li.uOablaasii Kulh N. Hull Mi I h 'I.l 1 11U' In the offl.eal ('aplol. TH "han.ee. 'U"hlll" priorThe the rate of other ethnic in 9 ::1 a.m Buad.y Bchool
5 p.m.. Pint National Co.. ChurobV.rW. ,, groups II : am. Morning Wor.hlp
lIun. Old dot.
PM l.t-lrd. Sri.. pm., .tin I 0 n I I' Kllliei, Inli' 'till''lit. ( rirMI Worn.,'.
Walton Losga.p.oihunt.thario. '1'1'(0111 lO,. I I.. ('I.l ...1 in. U'mm 101 Martin tesrrltorn S Ih.' rlnht' In Canada but their infant mortality Ululonary 8ocl.tr, meet* f
II Ind... .. Otoai'tCotomood.r''J'.kt ('."llllbV ('"tirt. II,IIIH.I. Htu.irtFlnrlila ., decline to m ke ..1, of nn> Ill'i all Wed of ewh month at Ii4l I.
l.t ,rt., I pm. CaurthonJool. M. Murrayand Bulldln or i hmull to I I'. I). Ilox of mold land The >ale If and, when rate is seven: times that of other Thu..d."
4tb Ihun. OildiB bat the fol- made lhall b. Rilbject to the Tin.. "I p.m. Pr B..t.
.. Ctoair'.tit. Club "11145( Hliinit t. I l01rldu. ron .
Tu... TiC p... Itaor. loath C..t.fIt. I I VFW. lullontooCurn.o4.u..yh' wing 11.1.. i 'lUlpm 'nt (0 be old: t... ... lout unto Ihom.'lv. U't Canadians "OTr tooth (I..
I ; W Pr.otonlotStud of th* phoopliote, nIl lonruloso 4 "i.B.h :
.".', 1.11I1.11 alub: Hat. 10. pm. Posh Bom 1--liI18 I ('hi'vrolit 41 piiBHonK.'r. metal and 71114. of hoe iclrolrtmthereon 1.Hill: A l)\ t'I'I..t:MINT: _Pi Vi
,....Id.ti a. 1I..dl. Mthoil. ll.n IS or heretinder 1 mvInnerI. REV D H. KNIGHT JR. .
bud. p.m., i..r.l I. rn..tiuS.d. V.F.W. Au.lllary, Stuart 1--l lion UiulKi,, HO paooonjA' I. required I. pup. fur or furnUhdocumvntar IV : I', 'JIWH': I 01 lIT I 10 ..m. Worahlp '
1; 1 :. I'II.''.. dir.tor. inS N.ei. Oh.tvoro .. 'omm.nd.r-II", M.lvlna WMd.lltlrd ""h..ol'' Him till tax .tamp for theIn.trument IV 11* II, ", ('UL\- id.41 ...... Sund.y, B"ol B.n'o
Tu... TiOB p..... Witham Pi.ldPIREMEN W.d. Uold.B t>at. Bulldlnk 11",2 l U lJo! 10 nua.entterH of robVnnsto'n. 11. HIIHIIM' SolO: pm. Enworth Le.ru
- - ,'I.ool Bun *16 BV Olinr of the Truiti-e., OIl the I'HUIItlH Si). 1IHIV 7:10 p.m. ..ninOreio.
:"i ORGANIZATIONS liitoi,'mil loOt rovement .und, the (hEIbu'rt't'Ie ) Wedn..d.r*

,...... Aualllarr. 11101,10 I' may atibmlt a quotation, Slut nf Florid. : ) loon i p.... Ladlee Mla.loa.ry
I...... Dunn. .tI Al Wilh&u.lull < I 1--------- .I'", co,,,, 01'i all buaeii. lluai-a inn be KARKIH JRYANT. n..p'n"r, 0'WI.LLM ) god and 4tn B
I'.hl.nto-III. $ nun III .the. Martin ('nuntr Hi'hoolH Atte.tan: H. 11..clol ""P""II..e. > ,:.0 p... Prayer Meeting
Mondw. I nm "u (7 I,'oloo.". Tth mul U..urlllAy..' T.u.to. I. I. Mtlltn OK .. :
JMHB BMck V.luntar Ti,. P aarti aat Elndrd mi,'. Mi.it,. I Florlla.II "ub.: F.II. 20. 17. holorrh 5. 12, tillS HSlr, 1 \l'I:1'IIB": FIRST METHODIST- ..-.
Tua... I p.... "..b..... Ch.l.m.n-II.lIrr 0 Dabna. ... I'.., "? "I ,....r>iMi the right to t'1 11I 'IK\THH KEV CEOKGI R. McCOKMlCI
rort Sol..... ".._.'. Aumlllnr, I (.s..ot iuo IJlro.tor-luhn T-4KM C. tcJ"1 my .>r ull bl..laIIIIN IM TIIIO ( IKE'S IT ('1)1 It'!' nf Till- 1.1"I\ 945 ...... Sund.y B.hO
P.ldotMnO, C.1aloo SiT W. Oonn Blvd. AT M I.I. IOI.NIv! "0\nn MMTH Jll>lHI. ( Illlllr HP Poll," I. hereliriven( that I '1110.p.JSW'-', Wohl

lull. 'fhu... 1 oO ...rn.. FI..ho" lady Coll.r. Ai.oclatloB HI.I. I 'I I 'lil.l 10 IS..TIIU'ION. .IOHin\ 1 % AM) t'll Mill- huv.' nil.I. my flnul return a* An :
D.-o' .. HI-MHI-/ (I. K1MIUBU TIN t'Ol 'MTVIN 1k.p.ooio J;10 pm Evening ,
PinS loa- ".Iun'''' l'lrn I ra.ld.ntr -Mra. kdn r. n. Ia/ clllaiy" AilmlnlKtralrlx' I'TA of Werahlp
Johaios1stS.d Tu... 1:10. a.m, M COols .0', Olm ""I"lrlllllll CstAs'rHv # 371 L ( JiOOpm Thur.d.y, Junior Chol.
h..ld.nt-Rob.Tunso KlnbouM /0'rli.MAL: CUOOK AnELP M \VILHON ,'roll' il r. fI'II hoi,. ; dol.1; \ ..pm Thunday, Senior Ch.l.IRT .
Llnly Art. Club 'Oo HIM'relHivHFM. > lion fir I ,
'II 'TERNAL-ORGANIZATIOMPAiuoia Pmld.nt-Mr.. L. A.hby. Arbata.1 ( .) 1om.n rialnllffU ) I | .. .. that "n PItESIIYER.IIN-. Sk.rs

C hull.' .1 D.Moly5.5W Ird Fri., I llO p.m., toma M1II\T'S MY lINE!" lOt Eddie Thomas, superintendent of rle- lull. lih. II. 20.(I 11, 11(14( V. ) 11..h.I.will apply to the HonorableC REV. A. SYDNEY LOWIII4 111.
Cootiln.P.-Choninn Sirat -- J I TloMbll.lu.-, I iro' u I It .
Martin County Fall A..aclatloa : ; ; : l'I'lff. lIon ..m. Moroio. Warship
'nd..' Mo,.. I ::10 ...... Ma.ootm 'Tt.I.hoaoi. "ro.hl.nt-J W. lIu.... driving on the new Roosevelt Bridge west limes Unfortunalch a I 'ib ,1(1" 4p.j; 1p1 (' n I' sri WATEHbI..J nt. ) Jildve ol Ninth Judlclul ('I.clli 10.0 ..... Sooda Churh Sko.j

.. Lull. l.t Mon, Till p.... Agricultural Bid. that struck coral but under Thomas direction II Ut.': S 'It 5.5111 SI 'H'I'I'tUL"'I" nOlnl becaune nf the d''llin' Ilc. 1.00 sm. ornng WorsbipPRESBYTERIAN
M.ooo'O X.lb pile driven on hearing ) 11'1" 5 "I'll IbO' .'..IIHII>\ ORDIR 11111'1' f tl" inuntv JmlKe In
Worohlptul 1I..I..Chrl.ll.n Coll Cou.," HPr < "lItllI SI II: loll'lu for HPinvuI COMMUNITY
County Martin
lair.1. M.rtla an I for
Masoaii the was overcomeConservation JUTIUI
,.,..... 110...., S p.m., ..ld.nt--Kd Hllllw problem IS lit ) of nlfl'n relutn.\ and. Mobs

,... MUI.. Cirolo. EIII. lull IUM.. ItlO pm. Clubhnn. I.'I'A 1'1" 01" I IV TAI NAMB OP Tit: HT\TF for nn bIrd"'rI i"f l.trlbutlon und 'o ''iT. aHAGEit'.p"'f
p..ld.nt-M., Wilma MudIsm.d ------- ---- H.\Hol.1 u'. id.SYLIC. JIIUDA T OEl"t.'J-" rr Ftnnl I I HlHclmrite Anilllury :BO B.nol
'rhu.., N ,.m.. 1:1.: .. lilt. Martin County Farm BiiraaI '..00. LANTI: Admlnliilratrlx. l'f the Ulll of Wll I 11.00 I ..rn. Whlp Service

toll Thur., twjmlnol Inn > \ii l'IIII.rroIlMSII: ppn.: V. 0 WATER .1. known M : l"nho'ioorv 13 1141. TIPS pm Wed Adult Youth tWos
Epsilon .arf rr.- : Boll. lOb. fbi II \\ISIt LklMri "in I tIM.5l.5N W' a WATEK: who I la knownto RUBY H. HRONAmlllarv .
"... ,... be dead and his unknown ID. II IV. UNrtAtAN FELLOWSHIP
Am.t.ur Radla Club A\ISIt'r: SAils IHTVrfciiu : :
.,.Ird. Thur.. P.m, h__ Martin 1'.ld.nl--lIill County Brit ton Reward for Beached 'Pop Bottles'The :S IIulI'h I .>f bill me, hvrihytl : ":., and If .l<'ad ('.TA of Almlnl..nt.l1C, : (45 P,... B..h Cnmmuolir C.ol.r.

XI Gamiaa Phi ChapborPomld.atMnt Third Ihur.., S t>.m. AT 1-466I "Ilfh'd01/ I "lulled to profit rrr'nln-' tois't, dovlee: Vllllam E Ool.liiiK hllow.hlp 8..vay Soryton D'I., Fort PIsr. 1..10.
C. II. Shout Ilor. or other I Tin:
0.1 lull ix Ill,I 1 ohIo which 1 you, p.rn. '
I.I.Ird Thur.., I p...... boma. Martin County. Hi.torlcal Boclon ,"u: fda BKulnntHi b,', Ihroimhunder Pub: .'ecbll! 10 17. Mar. I. 16( Fellow.hlp School 10 ..... Sund.7c .
Oau ht.r. al. th. AnwrlcM 1I..lulla. .Pra.UI.nt-M.urlc U H.rtm.n season! is coming when you Lu's commercnl: fishing business I c' blat"' ..r lI.lh1bLlb. I.'. 8AVL.K. or a"aln.1 bloc mild pa. E | .
> .....
I.I 1' .... TllO ore, Flr.t N. PJlMultlpl. ,. tie. who are not 'in.wn to be T Esco.sKTANl-NEBRIllp..tor, .
...nt Mr.. MuJarw. HumlarIrd '" 'h..d.. I I"Hi f "HliI County to Jl IH.b'n: 1'01 "'r
R TIlE i'o"'rv
the beaches and lower the ot
out cost Iresh lobster
viii be on dnd ally.. WIuouereo.Id.
getting ',, eboisor 0' 1 SuIts ..
bur.., born.. I ho i' I i' "l> Julietnf Martin Loun- I" II Cot iT) und., Bcheol
Clrcl .( D.Mol.VPomh.vt''StO. Ll.llnf Bwrlc. swim bcuchcomb or just for table. I the I I.v, I 1101\.111.I. \ HI hi. nfrito In the ... .rt unkno.vn: .,.'Ot "t'I'1 ':'0 p.m. Sunday Enool.lisIIs
to During
again your !
J.nnl. Uunr4th .. 8.or.tory-Csnl: H TurnatInd t.n, t I h..u.,' ul .,il I ('Illlllty Of Hlll- 'LO"\ 1511. ':1".... .. BI..
$ -4th T..... I .... fine Florida of 1964 i"i''l ill,,. thin .!,. rnlendarof and any and all unknown pirtlenclnlmln ... Ilblo "
MOB. I ,..., Ma.onl LmptaLadl iouk up so"> of this spring an addilion.il >.000()() IIr''. 0 1.1 rrr.Io' bv. throtmh 111721' )
the I, 'on",, ill. lllle the (11.1
'I 11111 .
..' Auxlll.ry to Indlaa Sivor.aoo.pmastZl Palm City Horn D.mon.lrallea.' CInkPr.ulIoot.M'o. ;iimshinchen you are at the bottles will be released in the 1"hll'allln "f Ihl. n"I1. to.h.h.IIII lind.r or ogabnetoesarilh"r; JESSIE ISITOTIC OF t .0.." .dutO..i- 1 i
..... I befenduni.,
t1I.; 10 .tt.raol of the mild named 1'\1 NIPron.Iprp..d
1 .h..11 b. In d""I1'al. Stuart
1'i "IllI'l.d
ChinS Malriareh. -Or*. Hall lit ru.a, tHO am, lois Cab) beach keep a sharp eye out for Caribbean Sea and each: of them ... In uitili.g. and .hall .1..1. th.l1i'l .. heirs, devl.eee. leant.irranteee ... SortiE TO I 111 DIIOHH: Rotary
4th T....., i p.m. lOOP Hall soda bottle that may be ot uii ,1 I ollh' 50Ct050 or.. Icital rrto'l'sirlotitbsli.s
Polnol.na K.nn.1 Club i pop will be worth $1 to the I oIict'otl pool 11115- All Crrdil or.ofOllo nfJIHMIB Me.te W.d
lnd.p nd.nt Ord.r .1 Odd FallmNobl. ,.. lucky 0,1,11, eli "r buy. niloimsblt SlId shaltII .Iln. n VVIS MPP1, .
Ird W.il. I the
p sea or lying on
Grand_Albert U 1'_".. t.ll AT '.11.. for ...tln. plaa obbmg I in finder .'oworn I" by 'Ike I'iiiiflblivt hiauErIit. oS.j.tonor.u: or.ditor. O. 0th- are In. 'reby nnllfled and requiredtn A Dr. E. St.nlen 'I
..,...-. 1'. Wllb. and, one, pick it or iii l.llursP y. sod ally file tins claim or demand whh'h W Pracld.nl
1I.lrd T...... S ...... lOOP Boll Port S.l.rn. Ham D.moB.trtlol Clul, ml see IlIt\Oa note in it. iJ. The bottle" is a standard seven- oiyh del to.r don 11111 d not .0 flied snot .n ,. 0' t".lm- they mat h ut..oo mit sold Eel.te :, Mark 6ecratenrSunrise Smith

Indlm Rlv r EBcamMMBl B* I'ro.IoI..Io-Mr. illlnh N.wlln ounce pop bottle with a cork in thutop. "h"" (. 18 .rl".hAylno, till, 0'III..t In the < rrici of Judice
Chkl Palrlareh-P.ul Moh.D lot Ihun, lISt pm. Clvl Cntr ng ouch: a bottle and returning the inside v'KrVJlic\ K. \YJLE leg, hot thn dna' of Martin I, : In I hetourthou Inn
Ind.4th !...., I P m" IWF HallJonas tote to the florida Board of Con- The card may 1 be red, A. "l1lseclIllui' ..f the LmitMTRNH"UMJ lullowlnl M... e at ti.rI 'la, wl hdite ., .I'A.o' =
Club and AuBlllaryPr RIptHa Pl.y.r. ol Martin County yellow or white If you should! Will .nd 'l'-tutvent. 011IA '' >iioridi"to-wlt In ala cslpn'iur (rum thn :
n Buck .Siu.r.. Innld.nt-Johnnla 0. Shall icrvalion Marino Laboratory, St.PeleJ'burll. 1101... ,I'. bOA'\ LI!:, Un County. : of the of .
...ldfnl0. ir lultiip l.tlrl Thur.. "I p m. i.nar.l M..tlni will find such a bottle', break ii. disposing .e..d' Ihl. N,itlre. demand
Hu bring \ or
youi VT NO. EI.h
of Wlock 17 ri
Wh.od.ooial Lot l<4 .
5Th. ..
)'r.ol.l'vt Ml. H..rl YrulrVnditb U.t1bunlpm.. Bu.ln. M tlnit of the glass! m a safe plate |III| 'LETsSN. HOOE118 1 OK- OLYMPIA a. the earn* Inane be In wellIng I and mu.t elate HAM ED Men of
$1 I reward. YounJ
Fri.. S p..... I. B. Co. ChuNkOot.of'ntntu !C Lurl. Inl.t Yacht Club I and return the card by mail to the A r-\RlltlU.Worth AIM,.., I II ihawn, marked and denlnnated the. pi.'r, or roOd,nrnaO 4 put 01.
loll ', claimant and Training
II..D. 1..11" bottles 200 of them Plat if laid I Hubdlvlnlimreuorded fl.I of Acton
C"odo.Lon, Hawk.n The over on add.
address given. Please fill in all the I nlm llevh 11' iilnutome.v. molt to by risbmoilthI.
o. Si.urtoodFMldaB inS Tnur.. I pm, Yacht Chub in Straits I In Plat Bonk 9. lave 'h :
E Florida ,
the I:
vere released Information asked for. Keu.irds fn mix III |Ii n the '. of the Clerk nf .Hint, or 50011,10 :or It willbecome Stuart Jaycees
P Ch.plor Stuart Board ol Realtor. Yucatan Straits. the Caribbean I i'llh' F.'b. i\\ ;. Much r. 11. I9H4 the ... oi"'""" I In end fur \Ild accordlnn. law
-Mr*. P I. Ml" 1'r. l,l.nl-H.n.om Till,,, and) acknowledgments: will be m.ulc :- tkmuh rmtud this loth day January Par .. .Call
l.t-lrd MOB., I P..., bo.... lot Ihun.. ,.rn.. Stuart BoW >tea and al Capetown. South AlriA by mail from St Petersburg! %,tl'PCH III" S' ''t.UI''V; .lt County ISIS. Jack. (87.SHOO

I Ct Chili.' : The releases have been made ill'l-tlllMI: 115 lIlt list" SPItS' UKAM You, and etch of you. *.. herebyrequired Ill t'HAnlFo W. LEfnUTO II.. 17.3622
\>IMI>Mi IIIPurniant >
0 A.hl.y Stuart Stamp Sool.lyl'rn..lut'Wihliam of the Dee.
Prul.l.t.-Mon.. koma. I I\. Soot by HarolJ W. Sims Jr., research: to H.. tim u of Chapter lo file your Anawer with r.tate: J'.Kle Davlpper 1.ao
Wwl. It "" ) of the Circuit Court ofMartin
nd-4tk., holkow f.. CI.I.- lull Mon. I p..... Pub II. Library biologist for the department who KOBFRT F. JONES: '" 'Tlf, Horlrlu,' Matutri, entitledKlnrliln the Clerk County.. Horlla" at In \ Dece ..edI .
Oudor I'nclalmedProperty
l'b.yooiil'"'n of ,.VW (IP'P'i'MuO 051'pt.Tlly
Worth AdulooP'-.MurOia WhiI..ld.. Taints Club is to leurn more about the I Al GREAT: LAMS: Ant' mtiir, la hereby itlven Court folios In Htuart, Martin County : 11 W'1IW AHZ
l.t-lrd Tu*>.. lull: pEX .. M.ooalo ...plo h.ltd Moo., I p.m.. Tooth CeDtor I that the pi"aim* lleted below : !;r"M and. Ibourn".pP AIIo.n..v. fop Adml"l.t..IO Confidential (
and travels of the phyllow- thereof .. d Uttman Attorney loV"tpt
)ingm Robert E. Jones ,
seventeen: son appear' to .b* II. .,a n.r.of unclaimed 3.ll Denver Avenue
'o-ra-nd-:Mri.t.clrd .I." lisp T.I... 1.511141: u" p1liKitKT: : ma larvae of the spiny lobsters of Mr. and Mrs. Jones of Indian-" per.onal .'II,' intanirlbl* property flee [to' for at the III KMt. : who. Boot.yard e of.. P. O Hot 20
MOB. I P.... loop Hull Drift bottles help: th biologist basic preatllned 11" it dnnpd B'uart, )' .ld tl ""arl. Florida State-Wlda
town began Lit Snlc.
.... Elk. Lad.a 1520Sa.itsd training titt-anni 110\\ It\.: t.i.KNV ORVMH hi I : / MIt': ., IL SchwarlOf
Btuart.J RuUr. -OaB Touko.pm0lioadu7n l, 1'111'1' illS "'5'j JI Ibr.t't 101 ItTIV learn more about the ocean currents 31 at the Naval Training (Center; HOI1B;: mil'Ml. rU>KH>A, .Cnddros. la J'i.xwrif, Coun.el COLD COAST PROTEV
M' > h" 0" MhItS'ii 1 ( biLk. NtW .OJdlOOlllAIMIHIKI "tuart Florid on or '
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lobster FlttHKIII. rub 11 in 17
I 'II. t".UIt..IIHI that may carry the Great Lakes, IIImoTiria I''l.5'll'I III, RT HURIrPA 18th day of March : .b 6. I.tYr.t1 SEVCE. IC
Btuart Bkrlna Club I'HUM 11'h Mil t_ )larvae to our shores. The findings ( RUM 1: VThANTV (SAl CompUInt brulht avaln.t, yn,. and
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I.. T...... ..* P..... lot N.tl ClubroOm IITA'I'E; OFLIIIIA t of this study could l boost INIMANTOWN I : .n\I;!I : 1OjmOOHoTHOTT KIlN. married woman i: I L II .:..I"'U:1t .'\'TI'rlll '''F1N"tlt'

Tkrta Rli. Girl. Club No II II. SOIlRl. or MT.:%Tion T<. ,.A RAttV! 3 T n.'Y "HV : of quletlnii. tilts: other-,t h I. .. jlvn Ohio the
MacArthurInTltBlT. Pp..d. 1.10551. AIPSPIK'I'IOIt'MIISTStSTlCPl : f H I. BOX *.". property: under Ih. provl.iniof .
Paula IIM.IITt til 1IIHM NinnNnlU TR"1 < ro.d. undorl.n.1
lIlt p.... lOOP Mill Mil'ii *: lit i HUM: 'nim \ '* I. hereby itlxii tlmt th. o.KT nff tANTm\; .lr.O\J1' .ll.ir.tlotie of eald Complaint Chaliter 10 H. I-nwe of Florida: .
All creditor nf (Ii nn.iator I I.In- m' 1'r1o\iTtn.: Tn tnlo.tnftll"n th will' Acte of 11)41) will renl ter with the
O... ... Tra.. ,"' K-r.lnnt-J unlcr thi N.lon. "II p' n I n g *
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dlt.1 Noirls' dpi','aai'd. are herebyntitlfled RM.MrMI .. by you, d.Je'h Clerk the ( In and
deer Property
1 Lanto f amount or in of
of I > ;, n 'I'ul0".1
mstt&xsxt'uldiy : Boll nn.1 I require, .I to file any N.nice \. hereb pun Ih..t 11.1o'ldnr.In.d Art hr\:41\ vlll I 1 rrKM.:. :;:'h.II1.* and the nan.' und .4 dress of Nolle of for .III.r 0 upon
pruoviolono .
cliilme or d<' whlth the* mayliavi undeof thr .. 'rhp Stuart New ianuw .perpuhli.Iod '.I of of publliatlon of
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rivrk of he Vlrrult I tin in and the holder nmy "I tained bv allypersons npf COMMISSION
DaibtsfO vi th. C..fed_ : : the Of- t'hauler 30 B1. I..wo ot I"b.ri.ba, In Ktu.rt, Martin Cuuniy .
U.,.... aKaltml .all eatate In Intereet In thi. name tow -
r.sld.flh-.Mr.. Mozvla B. a..oII rite of the ('i>tint). Jtnliie''' nf Martinlountv A.t. 0/1911, will 1 rr-eter| with And th; far Murtbn or proof foiinty.: of ptihli>;:l >rlln.:at,kin Ullonrerltlit of the property pu.neii.liiic b) a,Hr an....ln* an In. ri *. OflS000 17' week for ": "cUto" .
Court In
.. Kloilila. In the I'uirthoiiaet CI..rk 01 tilO CI't'II" ,., four ,pen.erutlv week (four publication. STUART
till. numb. th* rlollUuUH nant, to- qulry to Riy' B a..._. OrdW of Eo.b."ti Star Htuart 1"i'ni.lv. within nit IK) toy bbortlo' i'l: ,tnl iv. Florida upon wit a* AilInIIrolr, Abandoned .uflel.nU. .n. ". -
W. .latnB-Mr*. Jo...h cranklhawud calen"lar mimtlie ti,''ml' lie date of if prumler of nutillcalUolttlou t WALKER'" jFttrtur onI Property' I'union' ('apltolTtllh W1TNEH* niv h.ne and pest of n.... holn" our' principal place of
| .4* Thur. .I P._ Mouuoi. TampJ.COVEPWMENTAI. the HIM, publltatlin of this nolUermh thin. 1I0tiC". lIne ""01"tuB'1 toreielpt '..IHTINfTHlNnnilor .*. "". II'lnrl.11I He .ur. to aid Court thi* of rebru- Port Calereo. MartinCounty. Rt' MEETING
:. claim or demand tnuat .be In .1 Flo that th* partIes Intere.ted -
rURlI1T .hh.h w* will rncuia In mention count ",,,tier, n.... and sTy 1>*4POROTHY :
ORGANIZATIONS rltlnir and mu.t slut' the plus or \ WHOLEI1AUC will In bua hl,01nr.a- avlna our prlnrlral nine* ............ an pubiiolli, I In Ohio notli... riERCB l In .aid b bualne.e '. Jo.e.phln P.M. 24id and 4th
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ronlninl'o and pout office o of buKlne In Hluart, Mnrlln roiinty nle. pr>,'"f of "u..".".hlp .I. pre. Clerk of the circuit *ono
Chy. CommUaaloa the ilalmant and mu.t be .worn to a..., having: my prlnnlpal plaie Count'Flo. itthn.in.n : ,"'10., hat tli. ,..rll.. lntor..t.Mr to th. I h.'I.l I ,. by April II, /./ ISABElLA H EVANS Port Salerno. Florida YS
Martin MOs
(leak.5.44th hi. hla In iiinrt. :::71h ;; ; : other
11.11.' bv the olulmunt agent or .eI In .Id b.b,.o..r,' 1\1. sod propertII be deliveredto I Deputy Clerk and that there are no per.one
..... I ...... CitY Boll autumn. or It will become void | .: that the party Intere.tedlaid E M..ln". In *, r, M Walker of Hluart. Fl'M- the Admlnl.tr. ...r. Thereafter, (Circuit Court HealV) Interested. In stIll hiiMneaa. Cky Hall

,\ Coast Gntr4 Au.illarT ar..'..bin, to law < bualne.Klorlla I. Kobert and that 'thi..." oM and that th.,. sr.nou. Io'r perleo. all further ,'111"'"' ,,,".nt b. directed MICHAEL Q T.l'rTMAN HAR\FY 8KFTTON 5
Cooo.sodom..Woittur I. lI.umon PATMi: January 21, I le4Ml of Ktuurt In hlt..t.eI I I. .lIld 1I1I.ln.. to the A'hlll", '" ,t.ir, Attorney for Plaintiff JtlFf'HIS1 0 SHELTON Wekomt
.... Bid. 'Klh.1. \KVIM LOnP, a.. no other' praon Intere.t.d.old Pbi Ala
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